The Islamic State has dispatched 632 vehicular bombs against advancing Iraqi forces.
Iraqi parliament gave official status to militias fighting the Islamic State, including the Iranian-backed groups accused of human rights abuses.
A new “counterterrorist nerve center” for JSOC, various three-letter agencies, and foreign partners is being planned for some unknown place in the Middle East.
The Islamic State’s mass graves are awful, powerful links back to the country’s Ba’athist past.
The US is looking to replace Afghanistan’s fleet of aging helicopters of Russian make with new Black Hawks.
Over the last 48 hours, the Taliban have killed 23 civilians in Kandahar.
A suicide bombing inside a NATO base in Kabul last month that killed four Americans raises questions about the need to improved intelligence sharing and screening processes for workers.
In Pakistan, General Qamar Javed Bajwa will be replacing General Raheel Sharif as the country’s army chief.
An attack on an Indian Army unit in Nagrota militants in the northern state of Jammu and Kashmir, by militants disguised as police officers, left seven soldiers dead and tensions with Pakistan ratcheted up yet again.
Fake news, or rather, propaganda, is affecting politics around the globe.
Three Chinese rights activists have disappeared, presumed detained by the government.
The UN Security Council imposed its toughest sanctions yet on North Korea.
Australian parliament passed legislation that will allow authorities to keep terrorism convicts in prison after their sentences are complete.