The death toll from the shooting the Al-Rawdah Mosque in the Sinai Peninsula now tops 300, including at least 27 children.
Turkey is outraged by a reported deal that would threaten autonomy for Kurds backed by that country.
In the face of advancing government forces, the Islamic State group in Syria is going back to its roots as a small terrorist organization.
Meanwhile, Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, the foremost Iraqi clerical leader, asks his government to protect Kurdish civilians.
The breach ends a humanitarian crisis for the estimated 70,000 people in Deir el-Zour who survived on erratic air drops of food and supplies.
Study: Most young Muslim fighters lack “basic understanding of the true meaning of Jihad" or even the Islamic faith.
The U.S. is focusing its energies—and warplanes—in areas of eastern Syria occupied by Islamic State.
As President Trump applauds victory against Islamic State in the devastated Iraqi city, Amnesty International details the deaths and suffering among civilians.
With Donald Trump's generals considering renewed action, a U.S. Army strategist recalls his time in Afghanistan in 2011.
The militant group claims the United States struck the site, but the U.S. Air Force denies it bombed that part of the Iraqi city.