As the great powers jam the door of Mosul for the last big battle, many of the Islamic State terrorists themselves cannot wait to get out of town.
The face history may remember in the war against ISIS is that of a black-clad, fiftyish matron holding the bloody head of a terrorist in the streets of Al-Shirqat.
The U.S. military has asked the White House to deploy up to 500 additional troops to Iraq to assist in the U.S.-led coalition campaign to retake Mosul from the Islamic State, according to U.S. officials.
The U.S.-led coalition fighting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria released a video taunting the terrorist group following an airstrike.
Some 30 to 40 suspected Islamic State jihadists who supported the November terrorist attacks in Paris are still at large, European authorities told CNN on Friday.
Islamic State spokesman and head of external operations Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, one of the jihadist group’s longest-serving and most prominent leaders, has been killed in Aleppo province in Syria, the group said on Tuesday.
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri on Thursday called on Iraq’s Sunnis to prepare for a “long guerrilla” war as Islamic State militants lost more land near their de facto capital Mosul.
The Pentagon has records for fewer than half of the firearms the United States dispensed to partner forces in Afghanistan and Iraq since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
My main takeaway from War Dogs—the funny, sardonic new flick from The Hangover and Old School’s Todd Phillips—is that the government should’ve kept feeding Halliburton no-bid contracts as the Iraq and Afghanistan wars raged.