Berlin ready to fetch 'IS' German children after court case
German media reported Berlin has signaled readiness to retrieve children of Islamic State adherents from Syria. Two girls, aged four and almost two, lost their mother, originally from Germany, when Baghouz was captured.
Meet the people tracking Islamic State group violence
Meet the people tracking Islamic State group violence.
Belgium trial on Jewish museum terror attack opens
Two men, including a suspected "Islamic State" militant, are on trial for killing four people at a Jewish museum in Brussels. Prosecutors are calling for life sentences.
Trump's Syria pull out fuels confusion
President Trump has declared victory over the so-called Islamic State and has ordered the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria, but his sharp reversal of foreign policy appears to have taken the Pentagon by surprise, triggered criticism from political friends and foes and left America's Kurdish allies all alone.
'Islamic State' supporter allegedly planned to attack Ohio synagogue
A man "fueled by an ideology of hatred" has been charged with attempting a major attack on a US synagogue. The suspect is said to have been inspired by the Pittsburgh synagogue attack in October in which 11 people died.
Islamic State offshoot kills 100 in Nigeria - security sources
The course of Nigeria's war against Islamist militants has turned against the government with reports that as many as 100 soldiers have been killed by an Islamic State offshoot since Sunday.
Helping the devastated Syrian city of Raqqa recover
US planes and militias on the ground fought for months to drive the self-styled Islamic State out of Raqqa. But the liberated city now lies in ruins. While the US has been providing aid for its stabilization, much more is needed to rebuild the city.
Family devastated by murder of Nigerian aid worker
The family of a healthcare worker murdered by Islamic State in West Africa want her body back to give her a proper burial.
Refugees in Moria camp on Lesbos report IS gang violence
Camp Moria, on the Greek island of Lesbos, was built for 2500 refugees. It now holds 8000, and aid organizations often criticize conditions there. Now refugees there claim that a violent gang affiliated with the so-called Islamic State has taken over.
Still no sign of reconstruction in devastated Sinjar
Nearly three years after the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, also known as Shingal, was liberated from "Islamic State," few of those who had escaped the atrocities committed by the militants against Yazidis have returned. Those who have, feel abandoned.