Latest "daesh" stories
Book excerpt: ‘The Daughters of Kobani’
The extraordinary story of the women who took on the Islamic State and won.
By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon
Coalition aircraft launched almost 35,000 strikes on ISIS targets over six years
A U.S.-led multinational coalition has launched tens of thousands of strikes in Iraq and Syria over the past seven years, weakening the radical group's hold on the region.
By Jared Morgan
Afghan forces retake prison after deadly attack by ISIS group
Militants affiliated with the Islamic State group stormed a prison in eastern Afghanistan and freed nearly 400 of their fighters before security forces restored order, a government official said Monday.
American, Russian troops are interacting with each other almost daily in Syria, US general says
U.S. troops in Syria interact with Russian troops in the region almost every day — and most of the interactions are not contentious, according to the deputy commander of Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve.
Four coalition members in Afghanistan test positive for COVID-19
Roughly 1,500 service members and civilians are living in screening facilities in Afghanistan “out of an abundance of caution," according to Resolute Support.
By Shawn Snow