The attack was the deadliest bombing in Iraq since US-led forces toppled Saddam Hussein 13 years ago.
The Afghan authorities have not yet issued a statement regarding casualties, though the Taliban claim to have killed dozens.
In an unexpected move, Erdogan has said that as a one-off gesture, he would drop all lawsuits filed against people for insulting him.
As the geographical area under ISIS control shrinks, it is encouraging its supporters to carry out “lone wolf” attacks.
A German culture scholar looks at how rising fear of terror and a week of violence has affected German media and politics. Will Germany’s open refugee policies last?
The art of war has transformed from causing physical damage to assets to the manipulation of minds and the battlefield is now open to anyone with access to the internet.
Suspecting rival Fethullah Gulen’s influence through military schools. the Turkish president wants to reduce the power of the army.
Digital media has the power to inform, but it is also helping some to spread hate.
Citizen journalism and social media have changed the way international news is covered, but they are no substitute for the seasoned approach and well developed contacts of a skilled reporter.
ISIS is threatening more attacks against Afghanistan’s Hazara minority.
The African countries continue an ill-equipped struggle against Boko Haram, as people are forced to flee repeatedly.
According to a United Nations report, at least 1,601 civilians were killed and 3,565 wounded in the war in the first six months of 2016.
ISIS continues to wreak havoc in Iraq, claims responsibility for a suicide car bombing that killed 16 people outside an Iraqi town on Monday morning.
The police believe the nine militants, suspected to be members of the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, were planning an attack a similar to the Dhaka cafe attack.
Since a failed coup on July 15, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) founded by President Tayyip Erdogan has gained the upper hand in its battle with clandestine networks in the military, judiciary and bureaucracy loyal to U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Democrat Kaine made his first appearance on the campaign trail as Hillary Clinton’s vice presidential running mate on Saturday with an attack on Donald Trump’s record.
The federal police arrested ten suspects on July 21 for plotting a terror attack during Rio Olympics.
A Munich police spokeswoman said multiple people were killed or wounded. No suspects had been arrested yet, she said.
The arrests came a week after the Nice attack, amid fears of a possible terror attack during the Rio Olympics next month.
The country has seen a rise in extremist violence over the past year with a series of attacks on bloggers and university teachers, culminating in the Dhaka attacks on July 1.
Though ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack, the public prosecutor stated that there was no concrete evidence about ISIS involvement.
In the aftermath of the coup, Erdogan has urged the parliament to consider death penalty for the plotters, however, it will derail Turkey’s EU aspirations.
Several sources have stated that Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi plans to install a military governor after ISIS is expelled.
The majority of Indonesians are moderate Muslims but militants have launched sporadic attacks over the past 15 years.
Hundreds of nationals from Kazakhstan and other Central Asian nations are known to be fighting alongside ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq and the authorities have long warned they could return and carry out attacks on home soil.
Islamist militants have been gaining foothold in the impoverished country, taking advantage of the chaos around Yemen’s civil war that began in 2014.
The air base in Incirlik was shut down due to the attempted coup against the Erdogan government on July 15.
Critics of Erdogan have expressed concerns that the coup attempt could be used by him to suppress any dissenting voices within the judiciary.
ISIS claims of responsibility for the Nice attack should be taken with a grain of salt. They may just be opportunistic.
A US official familiar with Washington’s assessment said the attack was thought to have been carried out by a “lone wolf” inspired but not directed by Islamic State.
Having fought in Georgia’s army against Russia, US officials claim that Shishani was one of the only Islamist militant with a professional military background.
US officials consider the increasing use of suicide bombers by ISIS as a sign of weakness.
Security analysts say the coordination displayed by the recent attacks, despite their technical hitches, present a formidable threat and are a sign of ISIS’s operational model in Saudi Arabia.
ISIS announced Shishani’s death in a new report on July 13, but some US officials and human rights leaders deny the group’s claim.
Officials stated that these four men helped to fund terror attacks in their homeland in the name of ISIS in Bangladesh.
Forces took control of Qayara base, a strategic air base south of Mosul, on July 9, with air support from the US-led coalition.
Instead of finding defenders of besieged Sunni Muslim communities, defectors often found ISIS to be merciless with anyone who opposed its rule.
No group has taken responsibility for the bombing in Rashidiya so far, as Baghdad remains on high alert for possible attacks.
Ishrat Akhond, a woman in the restaurant, refused even to identify herself as Muslim and court release. She abjured Islam itself as a global identity and mission, and in doing so recovered her particularity as a Muslim.
Officials have said that the suspects are Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals.