Even as the west continues to be battered by ISIS-claimed terrorist attacks on its own soil, some western volunteers who risked their own lives to take down that terrorist outfit at its source in Iraq and Syria – fighting with predominantly Kurdish groups supported by the U.S-led coalition such as the Peshmerga and YPG – say they are returning home only to be targeted by authorities as suspected terrorists themselves.
As ISIS loses territory across Iraq and Syria, analysts and experts assert that the terrorist outfit is increasingly capitalizing on the chaos of Libya, positioning the country as its point of resurgence.
The Trump and Putin-brokered ceasefire went into effect early last week and has – for the most part – brought some peace and quiet to a small strip of war-torn southwestern Syria.
The Pentagon slammed the Turkish government on Wednesday for releasing a state-run news service report pinpointing the locations of 10 U.S. military posts in Syria.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Monday that his country has an entirely "independent judiciary" set in stone in its constitution, and deflected the notion that he or the government had much immediate authority in helping free the jailed Chinese-American graduate student Xiyue Wang.
An open-ended cease-fire in southern Syria brokered by the United States and Russia has come into effect.
Syrian Democratic Forces breached the Old City of Raqqa after overcoming heavy push back from Islamic State militants Monday, U.S.-led coalition officials said.
A fire broke out in a Syrian refugee settlement in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley Sunday, killing at least one person and sending large plumes of black smoke into the sky, the state news agency and the Red Cross said.
A Somali-born Ohio man who traveled to Syria for terror training and allegedly plotted an attack in the U.S. pleaded guilty to supporting terrorists and lying to the FBI, according to court records unsealed Thursday.
US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces sealed off the last open road out of Raqqa on Thursday, encircling the city that served as a hub for the Islamic State, according to monitors.
As the White House warned against a potential impending chemical attack in Syria, the U.S. Pentagon on Tuesday confirmed that it’s detected “active preparations” for such an attack in the Middle Eastern nation.
The Pentagon is seeing new “activity” at a Syrian aircraft hangar where a previous chemical weapons attack on civilians is believed to have originated, multiple defense officials told Fox News, and that action prompted Monday night's White House warning to President Bashar Assad.
An airstrike targeting an Islamic State-run jail in eastern Syria on Tuesday has killed at least 42 prisoners, Syrian activists said.
The White House says that Syria could be planning another chemical attack in the country.
The CIA's director held a secret negotiation with Syria's intelligence chief earlier this year as part of an effort to free an American journalist taken hostage in the Arab country five years ago, The New York Times reported Friday.
A New York City man was arrested Wednesday night for allegedly providing material support to ISIS, law enforcement officials announced.
Hanna Böhman was working in motorcycle sales after a brief stint in modeling when the 48-year-old Canadian woman sought a higher purpose in life: fighting ISIS in Syria as part of an all-female group of freedom fighters.
Australia said it was suspending military flights over Syria two days after a U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet shot down a Syrian jet near the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa.
A U.S. jet shot down an Iranian drone flying in southern Syria near U.S.-backed forces on Tuesday, a U.S. defense official confirmed to Fox News.
Iran said its ballistic missile strike targeting ISIS in Syria also served as a warning to archrival Saudi Arabia and the United States, with a former Revolutionary Guard chief writing on Twitter that “The bigger slap is yet to come.”