Reams of geo-location data are being revealed via the photo-sharing app.
The president is set to roll back limits on strikes and commando raids imposed under Barack Obama.
Russian and U.S. allies are battling insurgents and jihadists trying to topple the Syrian government, but the latter wants to reshape the nation.
A monitoring group says an Arab-Kurdish coalition has almost taken the whole city.
The 509 women and 813 children are from 13 countries across Europe, Asia and North America.
Assad, Putin and the Iranians backed the winner. The US left the losers to fight for themselves.
The jihadist group is cranking up its official output as its ranks and morale drop.
Father Uzhunnalil was kidnapped from a home for the aged and disabled in the Yemeni city of Aden.
Busloads of jihadis had been stranded in the Syrian desert.
The ruling could set a precedent for other foreign fighters caught in the operation to retake Mosul.
German investigators create list of serial numbers that could be used to provide fake identities for jihadists.
The jihadi group's followers had earlier called for attacks on relief centers after Hurricane Harvey.
Israel delivered two chickens a day for the eagle to eat, while the troops faced a food shortage.
The jihadist group's followers seek to take advantage of the destruction across Texas.
The Syrian Democratic Forces have almost captured two-thirds of the city.
The group is tilting its strategy and calling on women to take on a more prominent role in battles.
'Reconciliation deals' are farcical shows of forced settlement with support from Russian and Iranian forces.
Syrian troops backed by Russian warplanes have completely surrounded ISIS fighters in central Syria.
Amnesty International called on all parties to create safe ways for civilians to flee the frontline.
The child says his father was a U.S. soldier who fought against jihadists in Iraq.
The U.S. coalition tasked with fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria told Newsweek the world has not seen an urban assault like Mosul since World War II.
A U.K.-based monitor says U.S.-led efforts against ISIS have resulted in more civilian casualties during the seven months of the Trump administration than during 29 months under Obama.
Despite the drop, attacks by ISIS and an al-Qaeda affiliate have risen in first six months of the year.