The woman was seen pulling the severed head out of a bag and walking around near the entrance to the metro station as police moved in.
Measure taken less than a month after French police found Syrian passports on bodies of two men involved in Paris attacks
Resident of Brussels charged with belonging to terrorist group active overseas
Character’s Arabic name has been replaced with a western-sounding one instead
Countries in which they operate are failing to monitor the sales, according to report released today
Syrian rebels openly purchase heavy duty weapons and ammo on the internet
A new video from the Islamic State purportedly shows them threatening the social network CEOs for suspending thousands of accounts associated with the terrorist group
French special forces and intelligence commandos were engaged in "a secret war" against Islamic State
IHS Jane’s says attacks in Syria increased even after Russian air strikes began
Italians didn't give a blanket approval for armed drone strikes to be launched
Total number of officers killed in the occupation and ensuing clashes reached 19
John McCain called for exact same thing in the past
Film production company planning new movie about aftermath of Boston Marathon bombings
Wiretapped telephone calls between ISIS and the Turkish military reveal that Ankara is allowing terrorists to move freely between Turkey and Syria
One of his captors was the notorious extremist known as "Jihadi John"
Confusion in the Obama administration’s Syria policy is playing out on the ground as U.S.-backed groups begin battling each other
3,000 and 5,000 Daesh militants have slipped back into Europe after completing their training in the Middle East
Pried open the front door and stormed the house, neighbors said
Senior Pentagon officials admit at least 30 percent of detainees freed have rejoined terrorist groups
Tunisian described as a key extremist operative was likely killed, U.S. defense officials said
Closed-door meeting with almost a dozen film studio executives
Obama administration has turned down a U.S. military plan for an assault on ISIS’s regional hub
"You may find it's the Saudis"
Claims Trump is "way off base" and has no facts
Violent extremism has slipped past the war's frontlines and into the computers and onto the phones
'We are afraid the radioactive element will fall into the hands of Daesh'
42 mercenaries were killed in a ballistic missile attack while fighting alongside Saudi troops
Nobel Peace Prize winning organization supposedly attacked by Russia
“It felt surreal to hear Donald Trump," said Medea Benjamin, Code Pink cofounder
It is clearly being done in coalition with the United States and US foreign policy
Four missiles and two tracked, mobile SA-6 launchers were captured by the group