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Al Qaeda-linked Syrian militants forced to flee key rebel town

By Lukas Mikelionis

The main Syrian group linked to Al Qaeda pulled out of a key rebel town following the Syrian government forces’ campaign of bombardment and airstrikes.

Al Qaeda-linked Syrian militants forced to flee key rebel town

By Lukas Mikelionis

The main Syrian group linked to Al Qaeda pulled out of a key rebel town following the Syrian government forces’ campaign of bombardment and airstrikes.

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Islamist terror plots in Europe declining, but schemes getting more 'creative,' analysis says

By Hollie McKay

Despite being driven from its former Iraq and Syria strongholds six months ago, ISIS continues to find ways to wreak havoc across the Middle East, remaining an innovative -- if less strategically successful -- terror force.

Islamist terror plots in Europe declining, but schemes getting more 'creative,' analysis says

By Hollie McKay

Despite being driven from its former Iraq and Syria strongholds six months ago, ISIS continues to find ways to wreak havoc across the Middle East, remaining an innovative -- if less strategically successful -- terror force.

Dozens dead, wounded in Afghanistan wedding hall suicide attack, witnesses say

By Bradford Betz

Dozens of people were killed or wounded Saturday after an explosion ripped through a wedding hall in Afghanistan's capital, local officials say.

Dozens of casualties reported after Afghanistan wedding hall explosion

By Bradford Betz

Dozens of people were killed or wounded Saturday after an explosion ripped through a wedding hall in Afghanistan's capital, local officials say.

Dozens of casualties reported after Afghanistan wedding hall explosion

By Bradford Betz

Dozens of people were killed or wounded Saturday after an explosion ripped through a wedding hall in Afghanistan's capital, local officials say.

Al Qaeda mocks terror rival ISIS by leaking 'blooper' reel

By Melissa Leon

Al Qaeda has leaked a video of outtakes featuring an Islamic State fighter in Yemen trying to renew his allegiance, only to be interrupted by a loud bird that causes him to forget what he is saying.

Al Qaeda mocks terror rival ISIS by leaking 'blooper' reel

By Melissa Leon

Al Qaeda has leaked a video of outtakes featuring an Islamic State fighter in Yemen trying to renew his allegiance, only to be interrupted by a loud bird that causes him to forget what he is saying.

Liz Cheney cautions any US-Taliban deal should be public, must include denouncement of Al Qaeda

By Hollie McKay

As representatives of the Taliban and the United States meet in Doha, Qatar, and edge closer to a deal to end the 18-year stalemated conflict in Afghanistan, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney on Monday became the latest lawmaker to express misgivings about a potential agreement, highlighting the deadly "daily attacks" carried out by the terror group even as its officials ostensibly seek peace.

Liz Cheney cautions any US-Taliban deal should be public, must include denouncement of Al Qaeda

By Hollie McKay

As representatives of the Taliban and the United States meet in Doha, Qatar, and edge closer to a deal to end the 18-year stalemated conflict in Afghanistan, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney on Monday became the latest lawmaker to express misgivings about a potential agreement, highlighting the deadly "daily attacks" carried out by the terror group even as its officials ostensibly seek peace.

Kurdish-Syrian 'feminists' form giant human shield to resist Turkish incursion

By Hollie McKay

When the threat of an attack looms, scores of Kurdish women in every major township in their carved out canton of Rojava in northeastern Syria, routinely stand shoulder-to-shoulder with defiant faces. Amid a region ravaged by years of conflict and ISIS incursions, their formation is what they call their own human shield – a shield comprised of self-declared feminists belonging to their group called “Kongra Star” with the tagline “Woman, Life, Freedom.”

Kurdish-Syrian 'feminists' form giant human shield to resist Turkish incursion

By Hollie McKay

When the threat of an attack looms, scores of Kurdish women in every major township in their carved out canton of Rojava in northeastern Syria, routinely stand shoulder-to-shoulder with defiant faces. Amid a region ravaged by years of conflict and ISIS incursions, their formation is what they call their own human shield – a shield comprised of self-declared feminists belonging to their group called “Kongra Star” with the tagline “Woman, Life, Freedom.”

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