U.S.-led coalition air strikes against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) oil facilities have cut the militant group’s oil revenues by about ...
Two U.S. states say they will block or suspend a program to resettle Syrian refugees within their borders, citing security concerns after ...
The delivery of ammunition represented only the second time the United States has moved to arm the Syrian Arab Coalition
There is an added religious element to the latest turmoil that makes the situation more volatile
General John Allen steps down after a year marked by setbacks, policy reversals and increasing regional chaos
Rebels on the ground and Western states have said Moscow’s air campaign has mainly targeted rebel groups not associated with ISIS
The announcement marked the effective end to a short-lived $580 million program to train and equip units of fighters at sites outside of Syria,
A U.S. official said the Russian sorties so far did not appear to be targeting ISIS-held territory
Syrian President Assad’s fate is the key bone of contention between Washington and the Syrian leader’s Russian and Iranian allies
Hussain was believed to be behind a number of cyberattacks, including on Central Command websites and Twitter accounts
A Foreign Ministry statement said the jets began attacking ISIS targets late Friday across the border in Syria
The militant group's second-in-command had been killed in an airstrike on Tuesday, the White House said
President Barack Obama said the coalition was intensifying its campaign against the extremist group
In Syria, the coalition targeted ISIS positions near Al Hasakah, Aleppo, Raqqah, Ayn Isa, Kobani and Tal Abyad
The investigative mechanism would be a joint program between the OPCW and the U.N.
Tariq bin Tahar al-Awni al-Harzi was killed in the northern city of Shaddadi on June 16, spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said
If reports are true that separate U.S. attacks have terminated the lives of Nasir Al-Wuhayshi, the number two in al-Qaeda, and Mokhtar Belmokhtar, ...
‘We’re starting with the people that we have that we’ve vetted very carefully,’ Carter told a Pentagon news briefing
The Kurdish town on the Turkish-Syrian border is still a haunting, apocalyptic vista of hollowed out facades and streets littered with unexploded ordnance
The United States and its coalition partners conducted seven air strikes in Syria and Iraq against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants ...
The U.S. military has said it lost contact with one of its drones over northwest Syria but has not given the cause of the incident over Latakia province
Potential recruits still needed to be vetted for the training sessions, Rear Admiral John Kirby said
The targets included a factory where militants reportedly made car bombs in addition to a ‘large ISIL units near Kirkuk’
ANALYSIS: Has a massive propaganda push in recent years seen Assad positioning him as an alternative to ISIS?
The seven strikes in Syria and three in Iraq also struck a unit of ISIS fighters
The majority of the deaths, 785, were ISIS fighters according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Right
U.S. reports this week said the president had ordered a wholesale review of his administration’s Syria policy
Obama says Kassig ‘was taken from us in an act of pure evil by ISIS that the world rightly associates with inhumanity’
Republican Congressman Mike Rogers alled upon British authorities to increase its efforts in the fight against the militant group
Turkey said earlier it was assisting Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga fighters to cross its borders to join Syrian Kurdish forces battling ISIS
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