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US man faces new terrorism charges, allegedly the highest-ranking citizen fighting overseas

By Eliott Spagat

A U.S. citizen on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List has been charged with additional crimes involving ties to Somalia’s al-Shabaab rebel group, according to a federal indictment unsealed Monday.

3 Islamic State-inspired militants sentenced for Christmas 2016 plot in Australia

By Jack Durschlag

Three men, who were inspired by the Islamic State group, were given lengthy sentences Friday for plotting a Christmas 2016 attack in Australia’s second largest city, a published report said.

American reporter Jason Rezaian, held by Iran for 544 days, awarded $180M for captivity, torture

By Brie Stimson

A Washington Post journalist who was held captive and psychologically tortured by the Iranian government for 544 days was awarded $180 million Friday evening in his family’s lawsuit against the Middle Eastern country.

American reporter Jason Rezaian, held by Iran for 544 days, awarded $180M for captivity, torture

By Brie Stimson

A Washington Post journalist who was held captive and psychologically tortured by the Iranian government for 544 days was awarded $180 million Friday evening in his family’s lawsuit against the Middle Eastern country.

Cease-fire reached with Israel to end Gaza fighting, Islamic Jihad says

By Talia Kaplan

The Islamic Jihad militant group early Thursday announced it had reached a cease-fire with Israel. The deal, brokered by Egyptian mediaries, took effect at 5:30 a.m. local time, Islamic Jihad spokesman Musab al-Berim said.

Rockets fired on Iraq base with US troops, no one injured, Pentagon says

By Louis Casiano

An air base in northern Iraq that houses U.S. troops was targeted Friday evening with a barrage of rockets, security officials said, as violence continues to mount in parts of the country amid fights with Islamic State militants and angry anti-government protesters. 

Roadside bomb kills 9 Afghan children on their walk to school

By Morgan Phillips

Nine children in northeastern Afghanistan were killed while walking to school Saturday by a roadside bomb believed to have been planted by the Taliban.

Anti-ISIS coalition destroys terror group's tunnel systems

By Melissa Leon

The Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) anti-ISIS coalition recently uncovered and destroyed several of the terror group's tunnel systems and suspected safe havens in northern Iraq, according to military officials.

Mali army post targeted in deadly militant attack, dozens killed, officials say

By Lucia Suarez Sang

A jihadist attack targeting military post in Mali killed least 53 soldiers and one civilian in the second such assault in a month, the government said Saturday.

Inside the ISIS prison camp 'little caliphate' breeding the next generation of jihadis

By Benjamin Hall

In a barren prison camp in Northern Syria – tens of thousands of ISIS members are running what feels like a mini caliphate – abiding by the rules of the extremist terror group, and abiding by a brutal system of Islamic justice - which goes largely unchecked, and keeps the ISIS ideology alive.

ISIS leader al-Baghdadiโ€™s underwear stolen by Kurdish spy for DNA test before raid, official says

By Stephen Sorace

Before the U.S. military positively identified the headless body of the world’s most wanted terrorist killed in a daring raid, a Kurdish spy had slipped into Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s compound and stole a pair of underwear to confirm the man’s identity as the long-sought ISIS leader through a DNA test, a Kurdish official said.

Jamie Lee Curtis rips Trump after he compared al-Baghdadi to a dog: 'ALL living things suffer'

By Joseph Wulfsohn

Actress Jamie Lee Curtis blasted President Trump after he called the dead ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi a dog, telling the president that dogs are "brave, bold, loyal, loving and healing."

Liz Cheney knocks Rand Paul for Syria tweet amid al-Baghdadi raid

By Frank Miles

House GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., engaged in a new Twitter war Sunday with Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., over U.S. military policy overseas amid the death of Islamic State terror leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Al-Baghdadi takedown catches Dems flat-footed, blunts criticism of Trump's Syria pullback

By Gregg Re

President Trump's successful operation to take out Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi sent Democrats scrambling on Sunday, as several top party leaders had complained publicly in recent days that the White House had no "real plan" to combat the terror group following the U.S. pullout in Syria.

Ratcliffe: Intel Committee hasn't had terror-related briefing in 'over a month' due to impeachment inquiry

By Ronn Blitzer

Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, praised the Trump administration for conducting an operation in Syria that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, but said the House Intelligence Committee on which he serves has failed to address ISIS or other terrorism-related issues lately because of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.

House Dems angered that Trump told Russia, Turkey of al-Baghdadi raid, but not Pelosi

By Andrew O'Reilly

Despite nearly universal praise for the U.S. troops involved in the raid on Saturday that led to the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leading congressional Democrats were unhappy that the Trump Administration failed to brief them beforehand.

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