December 7, 2014
At least ten Iraqi officers have been taken captive by ISIL militants in Mosul.
Turkey banned around 7,200 foreign ISIL supporters from entering the country while over 1,000 terrorists were deported since 2011, according to the foreign ministry.
December 6, 2014
A series of bomb attacks in Baghdad has claimed at least ten lives.
December 5, 2014
Jordan is currently host to more than 1.4 million Syrian nationals, of whom 646,700 are registered refugees.
December 4, 2014
At least eighteen people have been killed in two separate car bomb attacks targeting a group of restaurants and an outdoor market in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.
The Islamic State has established training camps in eastern Libya, U.S. Army Gen. David Rodriguez of U.S. Africa Command said.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal said that the fight against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria cannot be waged by aerial bombing alone during a speech to representatives of the US-led anti-ISIS coalition on Wednesday.
As for reports that Iran – not a coalition member – had bombarded ISIL targets in Iraq, John Kerry said if such action was restricted to the extremists and had an impact, then that was “positive”
December 3, 2014
The Pentagon earlier acknowledged Iran has conducted airstrikes of its own.
Contrary to Pentagon reports, an Iranian official denied Iranian airstrikes on ISIL in Iraq.
The wife of ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was not arrested by the Lebanese army, an Iraqi official said Wednesday.
A fresh batch of Iraqi Peshmerga troops has entered the Syrian town of Kobani through Turkey’s southeastern Sanliurfa province, official sources said.
Up to 140 Norwegian nationals left the country to join ISIL in Syria, according to police officials.
December 2, 2014
The deal has been described as a win-win accord.
A US official has confirmed that Iran is taking part in attacks against the ISIS terror group, amid speculation of military cooperation.