The image depicts the world's most celebrated soccer player in a prison outfit behind bars.
George W. Bush coined the term back in 2001 after al-Qaeda's attack on the World Trade Center in New York.
ISIS has aspirations for a larger presence in Africa, where it has already established several affiliates.
"There are, we believe, moderate voices among the Taliban," he said.
Russia has long warned of the threat of returning foreign fighters. New figures show why.
Coleman and her husband were captured by the Haqqani network almost five years ago.
ISIS recruits should expect to be assassinated because of the threat they pose, British minister says.
The U.K. is experiencing some of its highest crime rates in decades.
"They want to take down aircraft, the intelligence is clear on that," she said.
The militant group says it would prefer that women learned how to use grenades.
Saja Al-Dulaimi says she stopped talking to the world's most-wanted man in 2009.
The woman will be charged over social media posts that sought to recruit militants for the battle in Marawi.
A prisoner at the camp in Cuba calls on the president to end his ordeal.
Moscow had claimed the killing of ISIS leader Baghdadi, but he appeared in an audio message last month.
The group called for followers to target Trump for his "crimes against Islam."
Kuala Lumpur authorities reject the event that would have been in its sixth year.
A Gulf rift has extended to social media, and the photo-sharing platform has found itself in the middle.
Muslim author calls on Osama Bin Laden's son to find his way back to true, and peaceful, Islam.
Over 400,000 Rohingya have fled into Bangladesh after a military crackdown.
The jihadi group opposes the country's claim to be the world's true Islamic state.
The CIA chief says documents from the 2011 special forces raid to be published in "weeks."
It's unknown whether Hamza bin Laden is his father's anointed heir, but he keeps appearing in the group's propaganda.