WASHINGTON, Feb 9- Attacks by "homegrown" terrorists are among the most imminent security threats facing the United States in 2016, along with dangers posed overseas by Islamic State and cyber security concerns, the top U.S. intelligence official said on Tuesday. In his annual assessment of threats to the United States, Director of National Intelligence James...» Read More
A video published by the Islamic State purported to show the last statements of nine of the people who took part in the Paris attacks.
Obama has the wrong approach to ISIS, says Larry Kudlow. Paul Ryan has the right stuff to help us defeat the terrorists.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter says he wants to speed up the battle to defeat the terror group.
Nigeria has called on the Muslim world to condemn the so-called Islamic State terrorist organization.
Mogens Lykketoft , president of the 70th Session of the UN General Assembly, says differences need to be put aside in order to contain the threat of Isis.
As the Middle East grapples to contain the Islamic State, the Iraqi prime minister has cast doubt on Turkey's willingness to combat the terrorist group.
Iraq has a fundamental interest in seeing peace in Syria, says its prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi, adding that Daesh is a “very formidable and dangerous organization.”
Iraq’s prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi explains why he’s confident in fighting ISIS and why he believes Daesh is “running out of steam,” as Iraq send more troops.
Singapore said it arrested 27 Bangladeshi workers under the Internal Security Act for allegedly encouraging armed jihad against Bangladesh's government.
Turki Al-Faisal, former director of Saudi Arabia's intelligence service, says Iran must remove its troops from the Arab world and discusses his country's future.
Dan Yergin, vice chairman of IHS, says geopolitical tension between Iran and the gulf states is driving down oil prices and suggests people will be cautious about investing in Iran.
An estimated 3,500 people, mainly women and children, are being held as slaves in Iraq by Islamic State militants, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
Mass unrest in Tunisia five years ago was triggered by the suicide of a disaffected young man and sparked revolutions that transformed the Arab world. But while countries such as Libya and Syria have been torn apart by violence, Tunisia avoided the worst of the chaos and remains relatively stable. Kasserine is among Tunisia's most impoverished areas, with its...
Mass unrest in Tunisia five years ago sparked revolutions that transformed the Arab world. But while countries such as Libya and Syria have been torn apart by violence, Tunisia avoided the worst of the chaos and remains relatively stable. Unemployment rates rose in Tunisia at the end of 2015 to 15.3 percent compared to 12 percent in 2010.
Afif was an inmate in a high-security Indonesian jail when he transformed from aspiring radical Islamist to soldier for Islamic State.
In a multi-pronged arrangement between two long-time enemies, the United States and Iran agreed on a prisoner swap on the same day their historic nuclear deal was fully implemented, which cleared the way for the lifting of sanctions on Tehran. Jeb Bush, the former Republican governor of Florida, called for new sanctions against Iran and cited an exclusive...
The first militant attack in Burkina Faso's capital comes as a setback to efforts to prevent attacks that have destabilized the region.
Indonesia’s markets have shrugged off the concerted terrorist attack on its capital, with the currency and shares recovering quickly.
An outlet called the Amaq News Agency has been getting the scoops because it gets tips straight from ISIS, the New York Times reports.
Jan 14- Twitter Inc is being sued by the widow of an American killed in Jordan who accuses the social media company of giving a voice to Islamic State, adding to the pressure to crack down on online propaganda linked to terrorism. Tamara Fields, a Florida woman whose husband Lloyd died in the Nov. 9 attack on the police training center in Amman, said Twitter knowingly...