Two French girls, aged 15 and 17, have been captured by a security net that authorities are using to ferret out citizens who are considering traveling to other countries to join jihads.
The U.S. accused Russia Friday of violating international law by sending military vehicles disguised as civilian trucks into Ukraine as part of a supposed humanitarian mission in the war-torn region.
Russian humanitarian aid trucks steamrolled into Ukraine Friday in what critics considered as a “direct invasion” and an “illegal incursion” as the convoy pushed its way toward the eastern town of Lugansk.
Hamas terrorists on Friday said they’ve shot and killed — execution style — 11 suspected informants who were accused of helping Israel with its recent airstrikes on a house in Gaza.
The Pentagon revealed on Friday that an armed Chinese fighter jet did a “very dangerous” series of aerobatic maneuvers around a Navy patrol aircraft as it was flying near the coast of China earlier this week.
The death toll from Syria’s civil war has risen to more than 191,000 people killed between March 2011 and April 2014, the United Nations reported Friday.
An adviser to the Muslim Council of Britain said Thursday that a “jihadi cool” subculture is inspiring young British men to join the Islamic State group in its quest to create an Islamic caliphate in the heart of the Middle East.
Abu Mosa, the Islamic State press officer who taunted the White House by saying that the terrorist group would “raise the flag of Allah” in the nation’s capital, is dead.
The U.S. Justice Department is pursuing a criminal investigation into the beheading death of American photojournalist James Foley, Attorney General Eric H. Holder announced Thursday.
The Obama administration insisted Thursday that the U.S. will avoid mission creep in freshly war-torn Iraq, even as its Pentagon chief warned that the Islamic State poses a terrorist threat to Americans “beyond anything that we’ve seen.”