One of the most senior ISIS leaders ever to be taken alive is now reported to be in custody. The U.S. had offered a reward of up to $5 million for his capture.
In exchange for the admission of the man, Shehroze Chaudhry, Canada dropped criminal charges against him.
The Islamic State Khorasan claimed responsibility for the attack in Kunduz, continuing its campaign of predation against the Hazara Shiite minority into a new era of Taliban rule.
John Eastman, a lawyer who advised Donald Trump, and others discuss Jan. 6. Also: A non-coup pledge; missing Yazidis; clerical celibacy; taxing the ultrarich.
Seven years after they were captured by the Islamic State, some members of the Iraqi religious minority are still being held captive by fighters in Syria. Others are with families of ISIS militants.
The man, Mohammed Khalifa, was captured in Syria in early 2019. He was part of the Islamic State’s Ministry of Media, which was responsible for publicizing the beheading of the American journalist James Foley.
Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., the head of the military’s Central Command, was somewhat more pessimistic than other top Pentagon officials testifying before a Senate panel.
The acclaimed documentary “Sabaya” portrays the rescue of Yazidi women sexually enslaved by the Islamic State terrorist group. But many of the traumatized women said they never agreed to be in the film.
Plea agreement for Alexanda Kotey, who was part of an ISIS cell of four Britons called “the Beatles” that kidnapped dozens of hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven J. Sotloff, both of whom were beheaded in propaganda videos.
Statement of Facts for Alexanda Kotey, who was part of an ISIS cell of four Britons called “the Beatles” that kidnapped dozens of hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven J. Sotloff, both of whom were beheaded in propaganda videos.
Allegations that killing Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani crossed a line draw on two definitions of the term — one legal, one colloquial — whose dissonance reveals how far executive power has expanded.
The interior minister declared that Turkey was “not a hotel” for captured Islamic State fighters as it began to pressure reluctant European states to take back their citizens.
President Trump’s abrupt decision to pull forces from northern Syria forced the Pentagon to press ahead with a risky night operation that killed the ISIS leader, military officials said.
Karen Nettleton spent the past five years searching for her grandchildren, whose father was an ISIS fighter. Now their fate has become a political football.
“I just want to go back to a normal life”: The Times visited a camp, swollen to breaking point, where the families of ISIS fighters are stuck.
Readers disagree as to whether Americans who join ISIS should be permitted to return home for trial and possible rehabilitation.