The year-long U.S.-led air campaign against ISIS has not weakened the jihadi army, according to U.S. intelligence officials.
Some Iraqi Christians fleeing the Islamic State sought safety and freedom in America. But instead of being welcomed in as religious refugees, they were arrested and sent to a San Diego prison.
The United States and Egypt on Sunday resumed formal security talks that were suspended six years ago amid the political unrest that swept the country in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Witnesses of a suicide bombing at a crowded outdoor market in Nigeria at first thought the bomber was female. A police expert later identified the perpetrator as male.
Wreckage found off the coast of Madagascar is heading to France for closer examination. Investigators say the debris is likely from a Boeing 777 aircraft similar to the Malaysia Airlines plane that went missing more than 16 months ago.
ISIS is using women to help recruit terrorists, according to testimony given before a Congressional committee Wednesday.
A possible clue to the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 in 2014 has washed ashore on an island in the Indian Ocean.
In China, believers are fighting back after officials in Zhejiang Province tore down more than 1,500 crosses from church buildings.
ISIS has brutalized, raped, and murdered thousands. But the unshakeable faith of young Maryam Behnam, who had to flee from the terrorist group, has encouraged Christians in Iraq and around the world.
In a tense exchange, Kenya's president rejected President Obama's lecture on gay rights, saying it was one value Christian Kenya does not share with the United States.
Iraq's top Shiite cleric has called on the government in Baghdad to do all it can to protect the families of Iraqi forces fighting the Islamic State group, saying they are an "easy prey" for extremists bent on revenge attacks.