Turkey's military says at least 45 Kurdish rebels were killed in the air strikes it conducted in northern Iraq following a deadly car bombing in Ankara.
The U.S. House overwhelmingly condemned as genocide the atrocities committed by the Islamic State extremist group (IS) against Christians, Yazidis, and other groups in Iraq and Syria.
A man fighting with the Islamic State (IS) militant group gave himself up to Iraqi Kurdish forces in northern Iraq on March 14, describing himself as a Iraqi-Palestinian from the United States.
Top Islamic State commander (IS) Umar al-Shishani, also known as "Omar the Chechen," died from injuries he received from a U.S. air strike, Pentagon officials confirmed on March 14.
Medical facilities were overrun with patients a day after a reported chemical weapons attack by Islamic State militants on the Iraqi town of Taza. (RFE/RL's Radio Farda)
Turkey has carried out air strikes against Kurdish rebel targets in north Iraq following a deadly bombing in Ankara.
Iraq’s government in Baghdad says militants who call themselves the Islamic State (IS) have carried out a chemical attack near the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk on March 12 – the second such attack within days.
The New York Times is reporting that Islamic State radicals are using contraception to ensure enslaved women do not become pregnant and can be passed among its fighters as sex slaves.
The U.S. military says it has transferred an Islamic State (IS) chemical weapons expert captured last month, to the control of Iraq's government.
The European Union has urged its member states to start admitting 6,000 refugees each month from Greece and Italy to help ease Europe's migrant burden.
Documents containing the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and family contacts of 22,000 Islamic State (IS) extremist group supporters have been obtained by Sky News.
A top Islamic State (IS) militant commander who U.S. officials said was "likely" killed by air strikes last week was actually only badly wounded, Syrian observers and activists say.