Islamic state

The ISIS resurgence in Syria and Turkey’s role in it

Nadine Maenza, the President of the IRF Secretariat, a Global Fellow at the Wilson Center, and the previous chair of USCIRF, joins Thanos Davelis to look at what a resurgent ISIS means for the region, particularly in the autonomous zone in north east Syria, and break down why we need to put the spotlight on Turkey's role in this ISIS comeback.

4 PKK terrorists ‘neutralized’ in Iraq’s north

Turkish security forces have "neutralized" four terrorists conducting operations on behalf of the PKK terror organization in northern Iraq, the Defense Ministry has announced.

According to a statement released by the ministry on April 9, Turkish authorities identified the members of the terror group in the Metina region of northern Iraq.

Islamic State Threatens Champions League Quarter-Finals with Terrorist Attacks

The terrorist group known as the "Islamic State" has issued a threat against the upcoming quarter-finals of the Champions League. The ominous warning was delivered through a propaganda publication, Al-Azaim, affiliated with the "Islamic State - Khorasan Province".

Russia probes Ukraine lead in Moscow concert hall massacre

Russian investigators on Friday said they were examining a Ukrainian lead in last month's massacre at a Moscow concert hall that was claimed by the ISIL.

ISIL has claimed responsibility on multiple occasions for the March 22 attack which killed over 140 people and injured 360 but Moscow has repeatedly implied that Kyiv or the West were involved.