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US troops among dead in Islamic State bombing in Syria

So far, the military has begun withdrawing some equipment, but not yet troops, from Syria. The overall plan for the withdrawal has yet to be described in detail.

Planning strikes since 2009, angry over bias: Key accused in IS plot

The 29-year-old Islamic preacher, who was arrested by NIA last week from his home in Jaffrabad, Delhi, told interrogators that he had been hurt by events such as the Babri Masjid demolition and believed that Muslims were discriminated against in the country.


View From The Right: Blinkers of believers

In a veiled attack on actor Naseeruddin Shah for his recent remark in the context of the mob lynching of a police officer in Bulandshahr, the editorial says that expressing insecurity and disdain for living in Bharat in the name of perceived insecurity and intolerance is in fashion nowadays.

Australia strips citizenship from alleged Islamic State recruiter

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton said in an emailed statement to Reuters that Melbourne-born Neil Prakash has been stripped of his citizenship.

US envoy to anti-IS coalition quits over Donald Trump's Syria move

McGurk, was briefly considered for the post of ambassador to Iraq after having served as a senior official covering Iraq and Afghanistan during President George W Bush's administration.

California man convicted of supporting Islamic State no extremist, says former CIA expert

A former CIA employee who studies terror networks described Amer Alhaggagi as an internet troll who talked big to get a reaction out of people and look tough, but took no real action.


Presence of Islamic State on internet a concern, lone wolf attack a major threat, warns ATS chief

Kulkarni spoke about terrorist attacks in the past and said, “There have been some high-profile attacks, mainly those abroad, with the advent of Islamic State.

French probe team in Kerala to quiz IS suspect with links to 2015 Paris blasts

During interrogation, Subahani Haja Moideen had told NIA sleuths that Paris bombers -- Abdelhamid Abaaoud and Salah Abdeslam -- were in his camp in Iraq when he was fighting alongside the IS.

Pakistan-born woman pleads guilty to providing material support to ISIS

The woman participated in a scheme under which she wired over USD 150,000 to individuals and shell entities in Pakistan, China and Turkey that were fronts for the terror group.

Missing student among three held in Srinagar

When the police teams intercepted the accused's bike near Tourism Reception Center, they tried to lob a grenade at the police party, DCP (special cell) P S Kushwah said.

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Inside pictures of life under Islamic State rule

Areas ruled by the Islamic State are under a bureaucracy of terror: repentance cards, weapons lists, leaflets with rules for women.

Families, relatives of Egyptian Coptic Christians mourn mass beheadings by Islamic State

The video, released on Sunday night, depicts men in orange jumpsuits being led along a beach, each accompanied by a masked militant.


Islamic State burns alive hostage Jordanian pilot

Obama praised Kasaesbeh for his bravery and said he was 'in the vanguard of the effort to degrade and defeat the threat' posed by IS.

US airstrikes on Kobani killed hundreds of IS fighters: Pentagon

The Pentagon maintained that Kobani remains in danger of falling to the Islamic State fighters, who are intently focused on the city.

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Innocent Muslims should not be harassed: Bukhari tells PM Modi

New Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Concerned over the detention made by security forces of Muslim youth allegedly linked to Islamic State (ISIS), Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid Syed Ahmed Bukhari on Monday called on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought assurance that innocent Muslims would not be harassed in the name of Islamic State terrorists. Bhukari said that the entire Muslim community is against terrorism and added that stringent punishment should be not be given just for writing something on Facebook. He added that the minority character of the Aligarh Muslim University and the Jamia Milia Islamia were also discussed and said that Prime Minister Modi has promised to look into the matter.