Hezbollah Trying To Fill Syrian Power Vacuum
March 02 2015 1:28 PM EST
Shiite extremist organization Hezbollah taking on a more mainstream, nonsectarian approach.
ISIS 'Recruitment Is As Successful As Ever'
February 28 2015 12:27 PM EST
The Islamic State group is still actively recruiting foreign fighters using social-media platforms such as Facebook and Pinterest.
US Imposes Sanctions On Hezbollah - In Nigeria
February 27 2015 12:19 PM EST
“We will track Hezbollah’s illicit activities to all corners of the earth,” said a U.S. Treasury release.
Al Qaeda, ISIS Together In Lebanon For Now
February 25 2015 2:32 PM EST
The de facto truce in Lebanon could end as ISIS gears up for battle on the border with Syria.
Afghanistan, Taliban Clash On Peace Talks 'Rumors'
February 24 2015 1:02 PM EST
Afghan officials said negotiations are imminent, but the Taliban called the claims "false."
'Al-Shabab Has Been Transforming'
February 24 2015 12:23 AM EST
The Somali terrorist group is now a threat to the European Union and the United States.
ISIS In Libya May Depend On Tunisian Manpower
February 20 2015 2:40 PM EST
The Arab Spring’s success story turns into an ISIS hotbed, exporting fighters to Libya next door.
From Gadhafi To ISIS: The Libyan Civil War Explained
February 18 2015 1:02 PM EST
Four years after the fall of one of the worst dictators in the Middle East, Libya is still in chaos.
Chaos In Libya Is Good News For ISIS
February 17 2015 9:03 AM EST
The fight against ISIS has been concentrated in Iraq and Syria, but amid the Libyan civil war a new coalition is brewing — just what ISIS wants.
Egypt Warplanes Hit ISIS Militants In Libya
February 16 2015 1:06 PM EST
Egypt has launched airstrikes in Libya to avenge the execution of 21 Egyptian Christians.
ISIS Is Expanding In Libya
February 15 2015 8:53 PM EST
The Islamic State group is gaining ground through the Shura Council of the Youth of Islam, which is based in the country's port city of Derna.
Saudi Arabia And The West Depart Yemen En Masse
February 14 2015 8:57 AM EST
Saudi Arabia and the U.S. have shut down their Yemeni embassies, but won't give up the fight against al Qaeda.
ISIS Just Miles Away From Baghdad
February 13 2015 11:23 AM EST
All that is separating the Islamic State group from Baghdad is just three miles and a U.S. Marine Corps base.
Once An ISIS Fighter, (Not) Always An ISIS Fighter
February 12 2015 3:10 PM EST
Some ISIS fighters are defecting in disgust, but others are faking desertion to go back to the West without raising suspicion.
Closing Of US Embassy In Yemen May Signal Permanent Exit
February 11 2015 4:28 PM EST
Yemen's new Houthi rulers are avowed enemies of the U.S. and Israel, but they're fighting al Qaeda too.
200 Syrian Civilians Dead In Barrel Bomb Attacks
February 10 2015 5:44 PM EST
For the past week, the Syrian regime has been waging a brutal campaign in the Damascus countryside.
‘CyberCaliphate’ Hacks International Business Times, Newsweek
February 10 2015 3:10 PM EST
The group that claimed to have hacked the U.S. Central Command and Taylor Swift has hit International Business Times.
Coalition Running Out Of Targets In ISIS 'Capital'
February 09 2015 12:58 PM EST
Airstrikes hitting Raqqa, Syria, are fewer and fewer, indicating that fighting the Islamic State group is becoming harder.
Former Gitmo Detainee Killed In Drone Strike
February 09 2015 9:51 AM EST
Mullah Abdul Rauf was a former member of the Taliban who defected to become an ISIS recruiter in Afghanistan.
Yemen's New Rulers Make Friends With Russia And China
February 07 2015 7:02 AM EST
The Shiite rebels who took power in Yemen need friends and money. Russia and China came knocking.