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Killing of Security Analyst Seen as Message to Iraqi Government

By Alissa J. Rubin

The analyst, Hisham al-Hashimi, was a proponent of government efforts to rein in the Islamic State and Iraq’s Shiite militias. Suspicion fell on both groups.

Two Wealthy Sri Lankan Brothers Became Suicide Bombers. But Why?

By Samanth Subramanian

The Ibrahim brothers were part of a successful, moderate Muslim family. What drove them to help carry out the most devastating terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka’s history?

U.S. Commandos at Risk for Suicide: Is the Military Doing Enough?

By Nick Turse

An unreleased report commissioned by U.S. Special Operations Command found deficiencies in the military’s suicide-prevention programs for its elite troops.

U.S. Commandos at Risk for Suicide: Is the Military Doing Enough?

By Nick Turse

An unreleased report commissioned by U.S. Special Operations Command found deficiencies in the military’s suicide-prevention programs for its elite troops.

Iran Issues Arrest Warrants for Trump and 35 Others in Suleimani Killing

By Megan Specia

A Tehran prosecutor said that Iran had asked for international help in detaining people involved in the drone strike that killed the powerful general.

Pompeo increases bounty on new, shadowy ISIS leader to $10M as rumors of his death in Syria swirl

By Hollie McKay

Almost nine months after the death of Islamic State (ISIS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi by U.S. Special Forces, it was rumored Tuesday morning that his successor -- the shadowy Abu Ibrahim al-Quraishi -- had also been taken out, this time in an American-led drone strike in the northern pocket of war-torn Syria at some point earlier this week.

France Brings 10 Children of French Jihadists Home From Syria

By Constant MΓ©heut and Ben Hubbard

About 270 children of French citizens remain stuck in Syria, according to rights groups, which argue that leaving them stranded in squalid detention camps exposes them to illness and radicalization.

3 ISIS hideouts destroyed in Iraq, coalition says

By Caitlin McFall

Three Islamic State (ISIS) camps have been destroyed in northern Iraq by coalition aircraft in coordination with the Iraqi government, military officials announced Saturday.

Two ISIS 'regional' leaders killed during raid in Syria, coalition says

By Louis Casiano

Two regional Islamic State (ISIS) leaders were killed earlier this week during a joint operation between Syrian and coalition forces in northeast Syria, coalition forces said Friday.

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