What we are confronting in ISIS is a cancerous state that is expanding
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria seized control of Iraq’s Ramadi on Sunday
The U.S. acknowledged the fall of Ramadi was ‘a setback’ but said its strategy would not change
The military vowed the Iraqi government backed by American air power would eventually seize back control of the western city
Anbar provincial council member Athal Fahdawi described the situation in Ramadi as ‘total collapse’
A YouTube video published on May 15 shows hundreds of policemen - wearing civilian clothes – leave the Iraqi city of Ramadi en masse as Islamic ...
An estimated total of 1,296 families - 7,776 individuals - have been displaced
Noorhan al-Assafi, nearly two years in age, is reportedly killed alongside her relatives because they were against ISIS
ISIS extremists seized a government compound in the city of Ramadi earlier in the day and rose their black flag over the city
Displaced Sunni people, who fled the violence in the city of Ramadi, arrive at the outskirts of Baghdad.
At least 100 policemen were also wounded after clashes in Ramadi
The group claimed the assault saying the bombers were from France, Belgium and Senegal
Al-Houz bridge was controlled by ISIS for several months and served as the main route supply route for the insurgents
More than 90,000 people have fled their homes in Anbar since April 8
ISIS militants have encroached on the provincial capital Ramadi, displacing thousands of families
The Baathist Factor in ISIS is not static: It is erratic, wavering, self-serving, and, most important, amorphous
Iraqi forces attempt to stop ISIS from further claiming more territories in Ramadi after retaking most of the country’s largest refinery
The U.N. said 4,250 families had fled their homes in the Ramadi area since April 8.
Abadi’s statement comes after U.S. estimates that ISIS has lost about a quarter of the populated areas it seized in Iraq
Residents say ISIS captured three villages in Ramadi after it waged an offensive early Wednesday
ISIS released an image claiming to show Abu Abdullah al-Australi before he carried out a suicide attack on the Iraqi city of Ramadi
U.S.-led forces conducted 11 air strikes on positions in Syria over the past 24 hours, including Kobane and Deir Ezzour
U.S.-led airstrikes have helped Iraqi government forces, Kurdish fighters and Shiite militias retake some territory from ISIS militants
Sources told Al Arabiya News Channel that 25 people from the anti-ISIS Albunimr were shot dead by
Hathal al-Fahdawi, a member of the Anbar Provincial Council, said Friday’s attacks started around 3 am
New wave of car bombs struck Shiite-majority areas of Baghdad, killing at least 31 people and wounding more than 90 others
Iraqi security personnel beat back an hours-long ISIS attack on Ramadi
Iraq’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says he ordered his air force to halt strikes on civilian areas held by ISIS
In Iraq and Syria, the situation is clearly the following: a public uprising against totalitarian rule
The man allegedly responsible for the attack was found in west of Ramadi, the capital of the Anbar province
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