US says its war crime of bombing civilians in Syria was ‘not a breach of policy’, gives itself clean chit after internal probe
The probe concentrated on a March 18, 2019, attack on an Islamic State stronghold in Baghouz by a special US team operating in Syria.
Hostages were forced to sing ‘Hotel Osama’, a depraved parody of ‘Hotel California’: French journalist held by Islamic State in Syria reveals in court
ISIS terrorists had forced their hostages to sing Hotel Osama, says French journalist in trial of British ISIS terrorist
700 boys trapped in Syrian prison seized by ISIS used as human shields by the terrorists, NGO calls for their safe evacuation amid intense...
Almost 700 teenage boys held in a Kurdish forces run prison in Syria have become hostages of ISIS terrorists detained in the prison
Karnataka: Ex-Congress MLA’s family member arrested for ISIS links, cousin had fled to Syria in 2016
Last year, Maryam's husband's cousin was arrested by NIA. Another cousin named Ajmal had fled to syria in 2016 and is known to be a hard-core ISIS operative.
‘Was groomed by older men online before I left to join ISIS’: Shamima Begum claims she does not hate Britain
Shamima Begum, an ISIS bride, claimed she was groomed by older men and friends online before she left for Syria with two friends to join the Islamic Jihad.
NIA arrests Quran Circle operative Shakeel Manna, accused of radicalising Muslim youths and sending them to Syria to fight for ISIS
NIA arrests one Shakeel Manna, part Quran Circle, who was wanted for raising funds for ISIS and radicalizing Muslim youths to join them
7 Syrian refugees are set to be deported from Turkey over a banana controversy over eating bananas.
Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum wants British people to forgive her, claims she did not know it was a death cult and there...
Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum said she was not aware that ISIS was a death cult. Earlier, she had justified the Manchester Arena terrorist attacks.
French cement company Lafarge paid ISIS terrorists millions to keep Syria factory running, can be charged with ‘crimes against humanity: Details
Lafarge had earlier admitted to bribing middlemen to negotiate with terror groups in Syria, to keep their Jalabiya factory running in the country during the conflict.
SC rejects NIA appeal, upholds Bombay HC bail order to Areeb Majeed, one of the first ISIS recruits from India
Rejecting the plea, the Supreme Court Bench ordered that Majeed had already spent 6.5 years in jail and that stringent conditions have been imposed on him.