All reports claim that there was only one attacker, yet a dual IEDs detonated a different times, demonstrating a significant increase in bomb-making expertise ...
8 Kenyan police officers were killed in two IED explosions in Kenya's Garissa and Mandera counties
Firefights between Maute Group and AFP broke out in Marawi City, Lanao del Sur, leading to the jihadist militants storming a jail and occupying several buildings.
With at least three different attempts in concerts in the past, concert venues are high on IS priority list.
KUBN secretly embedding themselves among protesters from outraged local youths demanding jobs and share of gas and oil revenues.
On 20 May 2017, the Islamic State released a photo report claiming it shows an attack on Iraqi checkpoints near al-Tanf border crossing and destroying communication towe...
A very tearful Private Danyi Kilasi describes his kidnapping and pleas for the Kenyan public to call on their President to negotiate for his release.
Strategically using both IEDs and armed assaults, targeting the military, road connectivity, economic development and politicians, Naxal activity is escalating.
The attacker was identified as Ismail Hosni, a Tunisian national, born in 1997 Milan.
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