The US is mired in a period of fitna — a term used in the Islamic tradition to describe eras of socio-political tumult. It began before Trump took office. And it will outlive him.
Protests over the brutal killing of 11 Hazara minority coal miners by Daesh spill over to several areas, including the economic powerhouse Karachi, officials say.
Iran can capitalise on Soleimani's legacy in the short-term, but the Islamic republic has no replacement on the horizon.
With no way to shoot down the Taliban’s drones, Afghan security forces face a hidden but deadly psychological weapon today that is likely to grow into an effective threat in the future.
Kabul and several other provinces of Afghanistan have been rocked by deadly violence, including bombings, rocket attacks and targeted killings in recent months.
The US and rights activists are pressuring the EU to repatriate citizens languishing in internment camps.
YPG/PKK terrorist group releases 600 people from Al Hol camp in Syria where former Daesh members and their families have been living, report says
The President-elect is expected to refocus US policy in the region on multilateralism and normative values, but it could increasingly become tied to domestic concerns.
Suspects have been nabbed in Ankara, Yozgat and Siirt provinces. Turkey is one of the first countries to recognise Daesh as a terrorist group.
Some blame fat salaried government employees, others point the finger at poor economic management. The causes of the downturn are many, however.
The infamous Al Hol camp holds thousands of prisoners, many of whom may be loyal to Daesh.
Turkey's Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu announced on Twitter that a senior member of the Daesh terrorist organization has been captured.
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