Amnesty International has accused the US-led coalition in Iraq of committing “flagrant violation of international humanitarian law” following bombings in Mosul which are reported to have killed over 200 people.
Discussing Western reporting of the Syrian war, veteran Middle East correspondent Patrick Cockburn recently noted “fabricated news and one-sided reporting have taken over the news agenda to a degree probably not seen since the First World War.”
Malhama Tactical is a private military contractor that means business and has operated across a number of states, including Syria – its name means ‘great war’ or Armageddon
The Trump administration’s first counter-terrorism operation was a failure for the US and much worse for the Yemeni villagers who are dead, wounded, homeless and have seen their livestock, on which they depended for their livelihoods, all killed
Opponents fear Erdogan is undermining the military's role as defenders of secularism
Moments before executing an alleged informant, one fighter issues the group's first direct threat to China
Cement group paid third parties for help with armed groups around plant
Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdul Aziz is heading to Indonesia this week for a nine-day visit.
Former Guantánamo detainee Jamal al-Harith was able to travel to Iraq because he was not considered a major security threat
Last week, only three days after a suicide bomb went off in Lahore, an Islamic State supporter struck a crowd of Sufi dancers celebrating in the great Pakistani shrine of Sehwan Sharif. The attack, which killed almost 90, showed the ability of radical Islamists to silence moderate and tolerant voices in the Islamic world.
Bombs made by us and dropped by Saudi Arabia are killing civilians in the war. Perhaps a high court ruling will bring our government to account
US military officials say Trump approved counterterrorism operation without sufficient intelligence or ground support
More than 100,000 visas were revoked after the White House banned travel from seven Muslim-majority countries last week, an attorney for the government told a federal court on Friday.
Salafi-jihadi leaders are not stupid. They will see that if Trump, unprovoked by any terrorist outrage, will act with such self-defeating vigour, then a few bombs or shootings directed at American targets will lead to more scatter-gun persecution of Muslims – which is exactly what they want