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Two Indian-origin recruiters working for ISIS, al-Qaeda: Officials

The discovery of the Indian-origin recruiters was confirmed by multiple agencies involved in tracking terrorism.


European Commission building among targets of militants

Belgian police reportedly found guns and bulletproof vests during the crackdown.


Kurdish fighters head to Syria to face militants

Militants of the extremist Islamic State group have been barreling through the area for the past three days.


ISIS frees 49 Turkish hostages

The freed hostages were later to be flown to Ankara to be reunited with their families. They were advised not to immediately talk to the news media.


From Washington, this group monitors global jihadist network

The shocking footage of photojournalist James Foley slaughtered by an extremist was first spotted by SITE.

Read more: Isis, Islamic state, SITE

No discussion on ISIS, al-Qaeda threat at SAARC

Home minister Rajnath Singh asked the SAARC member countries to chalk out strategies to deal with terrorism.

Read more: al Qaeda, Isis, SAARC meet

France launches airstrikes on Islamic State supply depot, kills dozens of fighters

French President Francois Hollande announced that the target was “entirely destroyed”.


Islamic State releases new video of British hostage

In the video, the hostage who identifies himself as John Cantlie, asks why he and others have been abandoned by the US and UK governments.


Australia uncovers plot to launch Mumbai-style terror attack on Parliament

Abbott ordered an urgent security review in response which recommended tighter measures at parliament.


UK Muslims appeal to ISIS seeking release of British hostage Alan Henning

In a letter published in ‘The Independent’ newspaper, they have called on the extremists to show mercy to the 47-year-old aid worker Alan Henning.

Read more: Alan Henning, Isis

Pakistani woman embraced by Islamic State seeks to drop US legal appeal

IS in Syria, Algeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan have made Aafia Siddiqui’s release a condition for freeing certain foreign hostages.


Won’t fight another ground war in Iraq, vows Barack Obama

Obama’s message came a day after knowing about a possibility of some ground forces during congressional testimony that worried some Democrats.

Read more: Barack Obama, Iraq, Isis, US

Need to build a strong and broad coalition against ISIL: Barack Obama

The comprehensive approach to degrade and ultimately destroy ISIL requires a wide range of efforts, said Obama.

Our opposition to the 
IS terrorists does not start with supplying arms, nor does it end there. The IS cannot be stopped by either humanitarian or military means alone.

ISIS, ISIL or Islamic State (IS): Where the name makes a statement

While the rhetoric against the ISIS has been consistent across the globe, their name hasn’t.

Our opposition to the 
IS terrorists does not start with supplying arms, nor does it end there. The IS cannot be stopped by either humanitarian or military means alone.

Islamic State campaign tests Obama’s commitment to Mideast allies

Several important tests loom for the U.S. administration’s nascent coalition to “degrade and defeat” the ultra-hardline Islamic State.


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