Iraq bombing Islamic State-held Tal Afar ahead of assault: Iraqi military spokesman
Iraqi forces are carrying out air strikes on Tal Afar, a town held by Islamic State west of Mosul, in preparation for a ground assault, an Iraqi military spokesman said on Tuesday.
Islamic State threatens new attacks in Iran in video
Islamic State issued a video on Wednesday threatening new attacks in the Iranian capital Tehran and calling on young Iranians to rise up and launch jihad in their country.
Iran Says Arrests Islamic State Group Planning Attacks
Iranian security forces have broken up a group linked to Islamic State which was planning attacks in religious centers in the country and trying to hide weapons in home appliances, state news agency IRNA reported on Monday.
Reuters: Embassy, Mosque Attacks Fuel Fears ISIS Bringing Iraq war to Afghanistan
Attacks on the Iraqi embassy and a Shi'ite mosque in Afghanistan have reinforced fears that Islamic State militants are seeking to bring the group's Middle East conflict to Central Asia, though evidence of fighters relocating from Iraq and Syria remains elusive.
Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Attack on Iraqi Embassy in Kabul
Militant group Islamic State claimed responsibility for an attack on the Iraqi embassy in Kabul on Monday that began with a suicide bomber blowing himself up at the main gate, allowing gunmen to enter the building and battle security forces.
Iraqi General Sees Easy Victory over Exhausted IS Fighters in Tal Afar
A senior Iraqi general predicted a relatively easy victory for his forces in the upcoming battle for the Islamic State haven of Tal Afar as up 2,000 fighters and their families there are "worn out and demoralised".
Iraqi military: Victory over Islamic State in Mosul Imminent as Insurgents Lines Collapse
Iraqi security forces expect to take full control of Mosul in the coming hours as Islamic State's defensive lines collapse in its former de facto capital in Iraq, state television reported on Saturday.
“The Times of India”: Indian Youths Killed with ISIS were Members of Extreme Salafi Group in Bahrain
The Indian “The Times of India” newspaper said that Indian youths, who were killed while fighting for the Islamic State in Syria, were the members of an extreme Salafi group in Bahrain before they joined the outfit (IS).
Amid Gulf-Qatar Row, Tweeters Repost Video for Bahraini MP Chanting ISIS Slogans
A footage showed Deputy Speaker of the Council of Representatives Abdulhalim Murad and leader in the Salafist Al-Asalah society that has close ties with the Manama authorities chanting ISIS slogans threatening to kill Shia.
If Baghdadi is Dead, Next IS Leader Likely to be Saddam-Era Officer
If Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is confirmed dead, he is likely to be succeeded by one of his top two lieutenants, both of whom were Iraqi army officers under late dictator Saddam Hussein.
Iraq's Army Encircles Islamic State in Mosul's Old City
Iraq's army said it encircled Islamic State's stronghold in the Old City of Mosul on Tuesday after taking over an area to the north of the densely populated historic district.
Iraqi Forces Storm Islamic State-Held Old City of Mosul
Iraqi forces began storming the Islamic State-held Old City of Mosul on Sunday, in an assault they hope will be the last in the eight-month-old campaign to seize the militants' stronghold.
Iraqi Forces Remove Islamic State Fighters from Vicinity of U.S. Base in Syria
The Iraqi army and Sunni tribal fighters have dislodged Islamic State from the al-Waleed border crossing into Syria, an Iraqi military statement said on Saturday.
Russia's Military Says it may have killed IS leader
Moscow said on Friday its forces may have killed Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in an air strike in Syria last month, but Washington said it could not corroborate the death and Western and Iraqi officials were skeptical.
10-Year Imprisonment, Citizenship Revocation for Defendant over Joining ISIS, Possessing Firearm
The First High Criminal Court ruled a 10-year prison verdict, in addition to the citizenship revocation, of 23-year-old defendant, after accusing him of joining the terrorist affiliation ISIS.
Iran Makes Multiple Arrests Linked to Tehran Attacks
Iranian authorities have arrested seven people suspected of helping militant
IS Claims Attack at Iranian Parliament
Islamic State claimed responsibility for attacks on Iran's parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's shrine on Wednesday, the group's state news agency AMAQ said.
Attackers Bomb Iran Parliament and Mausoleum, at Least 12 Dead
Attackers raided Iran’s parliament and opened fire at the Mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini a few kilometers south of the capital on Wednesday morning, in near simultaneous assaults that killed up to seven people, media reported.
Information Report Death of Bahraini ISIS Preacher Turki Al-Binali
Information report death of Bahraini Turki Al-Binali in a raid carried out by the international coalition on a car carrying him along with two other ISIS leaders on Monday (May 29, 2017).
Suicide Bomber Kills 16 at Baghdad Ice Cream Shop
A suicide bombing at a popular Baghdad ice cream shop killed at least 16 people, officials said Tuesday, an attack claimed by the Islamic State group.