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US Drone Strike Kills Leader of ISIS In Syria

The strike comes just ahead of Biden’s first trip to the Middle East as president.

ISIS Leader Dead After US Raid in Syria, Biden Says

A U.S. helicopter malfunctioned and was intentionally destroyed during the mission, officials say.

Terror Groups in Afghanistan Could Attack US Next Year, Pentagon Policy Chief Says

Kahl says ISIS-K might be able to strike in less than 12 months; AQ in one to two years.

‘It’s Possible’ US and Taliban Will Target ISIS-K Together, Milley Says

But SecDef Austin cautions, “I would not make any leaps” beyond recent coordinated airport evacuation ops.

U.S. Conducts Airstrike on ISIS-K Planner in Afghanistan

Embassy issues second warning to Americans at Kabul airport gate: ‘Leave immediately.’

13 US Troops Killed in Terrorist Attack at Kabul Airport

In a statement, Biden vows to attackers: "We will hunt you down and make you pay."

Growth of Extremist Groups Follows Mathematical Pattern: Study

The diversity of an online group provides clues to how quickly it will grow.

America Needs to Take Charge of the ISIS Aftermath

Two years after the fall of the caliphate, the world should not leave this to the SDF.

In Syria, US Commanders Hold the Line — and Wait for Biden

Troops maintain the status quo amid a counterterrorism success-turned-frozen war.

ISIS Affiliate In Mozambique Riding a ‘Wave of Momentum’

New attacks are shutting down LNG production as Al Sunnah strengthens ties with the larger group.

Militias in Iraq Provide Security, Wield Political Power, and May Be Tearing the Country Apart

The top U.S. commander there said Iraq may be headed for another civil war if the government can’t firm up control.

ISIS and Al-Qaeda’s Sub-Saharan Affiliates Are Poised for Growth in 2021

A rundown on jihadi groups’ expansion in the Sahel and Nigeria, the Horn of Africa, and the continent’s southeastern Swahili coast.