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One US Bomb Hits ISIS in Mosul Every Eight Minutes

The air coalition attacking ISIS has conducted more than 191 strikes through Nov. 1.


Seven Children Among 23 Killed After Airstrikes hit Rebel-Held Syrian City of Idlib

Opposition activists have confirmed that at least 23 people including seven children have been killed after air strikes hit the Syrian city of Idlib.

Hitting ISIS Oil Fields

US-led Coalition Bombing ISIS into Bankruptcy

The extremist organization that wants to terrorize the world into a global caliphate has started to dig deeper into its coffers just two months into a coalition campaign designed to cut off its cash flow.


Russian News Group Reports Higher Civilian Death Toll in Suspected Coalition Airstrike in Syria

The state-funded Russian news organization RT (formerly Russia Today) has disputed the reported civilian casualty figures from a suspected coalition airstrike against the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) in Syria, saying the civilian death toll from the air assault is likely to be higher than what has been reported to Western media organizations.


UK Defense Secretary: "ISIS Attack in the UK is Highly Likely"

The UK's Secretary of Defense Michael Fallon has said that an ISIS terror attack similar to those that rocked Paris and Brussels is likely to happen in the UK.

The alliance of the four nations is talked about that can end the Syrian civil war.

Syrian President: Alliance With Iran, Russia, and Iraq Is Important

Bashar Al-Assad said during the interview with the Islamic Republick of Iran News Network that the help he gets from Iran, Russia, and Iraq is iimportant to stabilize the region.

ISIS in Kobani

U.S. Denies Coordinating Airstrikes with Syria's Assad

The United States has denied it is coordinating with the Syrian government in launching air strikes against Islamic militants.

Royal Jordanian Air Force

ISIS Military Capabilities Down by 20 Percent Due to Jordan and U.S. Airstrikes

Due to coalition air strikes led by the United States in September, the military capabilities of The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) took a huge hit. General Mansour Al-Jbour, head of the Royal Jordanian Air Force, stated that at least 20 percent of its capabilities.

King Abdullah II

Jordan King Seeks Revenge, Will Launch More Airstrikes Against ISIS

Jordanian ruler King Abdullah II vowed his people revenge for the brutal killing of the Jordanian pilot who was burned to death by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on Thursday, ordering warplanes to bomb the militant group.

Israel Vs. Syria

Airstrikes Launched Near Damascus, Syria Holds Israel Responsible

Airstrikes have been launched on Sunday near Syria's capital, which is Damascus, and SANA, the official news agency of Syria, reports that the Syrian military is accusing Israel of the launched strikes that has caused damage in the areas hit but no recorded casualties were reported.

Derna Islamic Youth Council motorcade

Derna Seized As Islamic State Expands To Libya

The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has seized control of Derna, a port city in eastern Libya just about 200 miles east of the Egyptian border.

John Kerry

Anti-ISIL Coalition To Hold Military Summit In Washington

Military leaders of the members of the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as Daesh, will attend a summit in Washington tomorrow to talk about ways to contain the militant group's advances in Iraq and Syria.


Australia Launches First ISIL Air Strike In Iraq

Australia has dropped two bombs at targeted Islamic State (ISIL) locations, the first air strike the country has launched since it approved the initiative, a security official said on Thursday.


Congressional Vote On Anti-ISIL Campaign Could Take Until 2015

Congressional aides revealed Monday that the United States Congress might take until 2015 to vote regarding the authorization of President Barack Obama’s campaign against ISIS in Syria and Iraq.

U.S. President Barack Obama

Obama Admits Underestimating ISIL, Syria Town Fears Carnage

United States President Barack Obama on Sunday said the government may have "underestimated" the situation in Syria, making the country "ground zero for worldwide jihadists," CBS reported.

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