Indonesian Security Forces kill Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT/ISEA) leader Ali Kalora, leaving the Islamic State affiliate in a precarious position.
Al-Shabaab's violent campaign against the Somali government continues as the group seeks to disrupt the upcoming election amongst a steadily worsening atmosphere of poli...
The attack indicates an upwards trend in school shootings in Russia.
A seventh bombing in 48 hours in Jalalabad adds to the growing death count and further demonstrates the weak security environment maintained by the Taliban (IEA).
Several deadly Islamic State Khurasan claimed operations in Jalalabad, Nangarhar and one incident in Kabul suspected to have been perpetrated by the Jihadist outfit may ...
Ultimately, the attack underscores the weakness of government and AMISOM forces' ability to provide security to Somalia.
Protestors were demanding the release of a 26-year-old Leipzig student, known as Lina E., who, along with three other defendants stands trial in Dresden. The group is ac...
Islamic State fighters entered the Deir Ali power station and detonated an oil pipeline connecting the Deir Ali and Tishreen stations. The fighters also detonated explos...
This incident was particularly violent in comparison to previous anti-COVID protests.
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