The army takes control of more than 170 villages and towns in the area, according to Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor
'Everyone will rebuild in their own way. We want to rebuild it with music and singing,' teenage musician Angel Dayoub says
The attack was planned for the France-Africa summit on January 13 and 14, but stringent security measures forced the suspects to delay their plans
(UPDATED) Police say the bodies of Nurul Islam Marzan and another suspected extremist were found after officers raided a property in Dhaka's Rayer Bazar neighborhood
'The fighting is intense this morning. We're trying to fortify our positions in Arbajiyah before continuing our attack into Al-Bakr,' says Staff Lieutenant Colonel Muntadhar Salem
A cheat sheet on the November 4 protest that has government officials, police and military on edge.
Security is stepped up at airports and train stations as the search for 22-year-old Jaber Albakr continues
General Khalifa Haftar's troops has retaken the al-Gwarcha district of Benghazi, which has been marred by unrest since his fighters launched a campaign to drive extremists out of the city earlier this year
Yemeni Prime Minister Ahmed bin Dagher vows that he would 'not allow saboteurs to harm the security of residents and block the policies of the government'
As the Islamic State (ISIS) group claims responsibility for the attack at the start of the Eid holiday, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina says she was determined to eradicate militancy in the mainly Muslim nation
(UPDATED) The siege ends with six gunmen killed and one arrested.
They say one of them helped kill their supreme leader in a US drone strike
Web giants like Twitter and Facebook are working hard to shut down jihadist accounts, though these often pop back up under a new name
Experts warn against labelling all jihadists as psychologically unstable – saying they account for only around 10% of cases
Syria's armed forces notch a victory against Islamic State group jihadists after taking Al-Amiriyah, a town north of Palmyra
The UN chief arrives in Iraq for discussions on assisting the country, whose economy is straining under the weight of the drop in oil prices and the cost of the fight against jihadists
(UPDATED) It is the second deadly attack in the Tunisia-Libya border area in less than a week
(3rd UPDATE) The Islamic State claims responsibility for the deadly attack on a crowded checkpoint
The influence of ISIS in the Philippines is 'growing stronger and expanding,' say analysts
One girl, an 8-year-old, was raped 'hundreds of times' by Islamic State jihadists
Timbuktu, founded in the 11th century, was 'one of the great centers of Islamic learning in the world, a center of civilization at a time when Europe was in the dark ages'
The 14 are allegedly part of an international criminal group with underground printers and laboratories
The arrested men are believed to have links to terrorism and arms trafficking
Meeting in Rome, ministers from the 23 countries involved in the US-led coalition say progress was being made in pushing ISIS back in Syria and Iraq and cutting off its sources of finance and energy
In the video, ISIS threatens to carry out terrorism acts that will make the world forget about the 9/11 attacks in the United States
ISIS has announced it allegiance to extremist groups in 8 countries and claims it has directed or inspired attacks in at least 17 countries, killing around 1,000 people
Bombing raids have increasingly focused on ISIS' oil infrastructure, which provides a key part of the jihadists' funding
The pair, whose nationality was not disclosed, planned to stage the attack in two spots near Ankara's main square – outside a shopping mall and in a street full of pubs
Islamic State and Al-Nusra Front are reportedly quitting the districts of Qadam, Hajar Al-Aswad, and the Palestinian camp of Yarmuk
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says rival Donald Trump is 'becoming ISIS' best recruiter'
Over the past 12 months, the group that took root in Iraq and in the chaos of the Syrian war has turned its focus from territorial gains to hitting at 'distant enemies'
(UPDATED) Five of the slain Russians are believed to have come from the central Ulyanovsk region
ISIS frequently carries out attacks against civilians from Iraq's Shiite Muslim majority, whom it considers to be heretics
(2nd UPDATE) The assault is claimed by the Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Murabitoun group led by notorious one-eyed Algerian militant Mokhtar Belmokhtar
The Malian government declares a 10-day nationwide state of emergency from midnight on Friday, November 20, over the assault and called three days of mourning for the victims
Local auhoritites say Paris attacks suspect escaped from Europe to Syria and returned without being detected
Analysts say France's air strikes against ISIS, and the controversial ban on the burqa make it a target of choice for jihadists
'ISIL is the modern personification of evil', the US Secretary of State says
Authorities manage to destroy an organization made of a cluster of cells, which is linked to the terrorist Daesh organization
This is the first assault on a foreign mission in Egypt since jihadists launched a campaign against security forces two years ago
The State Department's report says there is an average of 1,122 attacks per month in 2014
Interpol chief Juergen Stock says measures to stop foreign fighters are 'already producing changes in tactics' by recruiters who are setting up 'broken travel' to make tracking more difficult
Prime Minister Tony Abbott says the new powers will apply to dual nationals who fight with or support jihadists or so-called lone wolves who pose a threat on home soil
Since the conflict in neighboring Syria broke out in 2011, Lebanon has faced mounting spill-over threats, first from the millions of refugees pouring across the border and increasingly from jihadists.
Authorities say the hack was likely a "terrorist act" and urged media companies to be vigilant
The capture comes as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon expresses anger and shame at the world's failure to stop the conflict
ISIS is increasingly targeting young Western women, as dramatically illustrated last month when three British teenaged girls ran away from their London homes to join the jihadists
An army general turns emotional. The board of inquiry goes to Mamasapano. Taylor Swift is 2014’s top-selling artist
(UPDATED) It is the first time the measure has been used in France following its introduction as part of a raft of new counter-terrorism laws in November
US involvement in Nigeria has been fraught, with Washington accusing Nigeria's military of being in denial about the threat posed by Boko Haram, which has captured dozens of towns in the last 6 months