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New York Times Asks Fox for Apology After ‘Inaccurate Segment’

New York Times Asks Fox for Apology After ‘Inaccurate Segment’

Gen. Tony Thomas, the head of the United States Special Operations Command,in an image from a Youtube video of a Fox News segment.
German Islamic Extremist Is Convicted of Supporting Terror Group

German Islamic Extremist Is Convicted of Supporting Terror Group

Sven Lau in court in Düsseldorf, Germany, on Wednesday.
Freed From ISIS, Yazidi Women Return in ‘Severe Shock’

Freed From ISIS, Yazidi Women Return in ‘Severe Shock’

Souhayla, a 16-year-old girl who escaped the Islamic State after three years of captivity, at her uncle’s home in Shariya Camp, Iraq.
The Saturday Profile: Iraqi Surgeon Returns Home to Help the Wounded Get Back in the Fight

The Saturday Profile: Iraqi Surgeon Returns Home to Help the Wounded Get Back in the Fight

Dr. Munjed al-Muderis, an orthopedic surgeon, with his team during surgery last month at Norwest Private Hospital in Bella Vista, a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
New Dangers Stalk Syrian Children Still Haunted by Horrors Under ISIS

New Dangers Stalk Syrian Children Still Haunted by Horrors Under ISIS

Syrians fleeing their homes on the western frontline of Raqqa in mid-July. Youngsters who have grown up in areas controlled by the Islamic State have witnessed astonishing brutality.
In Mosul, Revealing the Last ISIS Stronghold

In Mosul, Revealing the Last ISIS Stronghold

An Iraqi federal police officer in the Old City of west Mosul.
Islamic State and Climate Change Seen as World’s Greatest Threats, Poll Says

Islamic State and Climate Change Seen as World’s Greatest Threats, Poll Says

A coal-burning plant in China’s Inner Mongolia region. Residents of 13 countries ranked climate change as the greatest threat to national security.
Islamic State and Climate Change Seen as World’s Greatest Threats, Poll Says

Islamic State and Climate Change Seen as World’s Greatest Threats, Poll Says

A coal-burning plant in China’s Inner Mongolia region. Residents of 13 countries ranked climate change as the greatest threat to national security.
Taliban Bomber Kills 2 Americans in Southern Afghanistan

Taliban Bomber Kills 2 Americans in Southern Afghanistan

American troops assessed the damage to their armored convoy after a Taliban suicide attack in Kandahar, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.
Father of Afghan Robotics Team Captain Is Killed in Suicide Bombing

Father of Afghan Robotics Team Captain Is Killed in Suicide Bombing

Mourners carrying the coffins of victims of an attack on Tuesday on a mosque in Herat, Afghanistan, that killed 37. The Islamic State claimed responsibility.
Australia Details ‘Sophisticated’ Plot by ISIS to Take Down Plane

Australia Details ‘Sophisticated’ Plot by ISIS to Take Down Plane

A residence in Surry Hills, a Sydney suburb, still cordoned off on Friday as part of an investigation into a terrorist plot uncovered last week.

Joint Taliban-ISIS Attack Kills Dozens, Afghan Officials Say

Officials said as many as 50 people died when the Taliban and a commander claiming ties to the Islamic State overran an area in the north. A Taliban spokesman denied any cooperation with ISIS.
War-Crimes Prosecutor, Frustrated at U.N. Inaction, Quits Panel on Syria

War-Crimes Prosecutor, Frustrated at U.N. Inaction, Quits Panel on Syria

Carla del Ponte, who resigned from the panel investigating atrocities in Syria, and Paulo Pinheiro, one of two remaining members, at a news conference in March.
Seesaw Conflict With Taliban Takes Toll in Fallen Afghan District

Seesaw Conflict With Taliban Takes Toll in Fallen Afghan District

Afghan government officials assessing the situation in the Taiwara District after it was recaptured from the Taliban. The government is losing a growing number of fighters in contested areas.
U.N. Warns of New Wave of Displaced Iraqis as Fight Against ISIS Continues

U.N. Warns of New Wave of Displaced Iraqis as Fight Against ISIS Continues

A group of people resting last month after fleeing the area of Mosul’s Old City still controlled by the Islamic State. Nine months of fighting caused the evacuation of more than 950,000 residents.

U.S. Airstrikes in Afghanistan Are Said to Kill 16 Civilians

Officials blamed U.S. warplanes targeting Islamic State militants for the deaths in Afghanistan; it was the second such incident in less than a month.
The Saturday Profile: A British Import: Help for Families of Hostages Seized Abroad

The Saturday Profile: A British Import: Help for Families of Hostages Seized Abroad

Rachel Briggs, whose uncle was kidnapped in 1996, founded a nonprofit group that helps families of Britons and Americans abducted overseas.
ISIS Claims Suicide Bombing That Killed at Least 15 in Pakistan

ISIS Claims Suicide Bombing That Killed at Least 15 in Pakistan

Vehicles burn after an attack by a suicide bomber on a motorcycle in Quetta, Pakistan, on Saturday.
Van Hits Pedestrians in Deadly Barcelona Terror Attack

Van Hits Pedestrians in Deadly Barcelona Terror Attack

First responders helped injured people after a van ran into pedestrians on a crowded street on Thursday in Barcelona.
Pentagon Hopes to Declassify Hidden Threat in Mosul: ‘Dud’ U.S. Bombs

Pentagon Hopes to Declassify Hidden Threat in Mosul: ‘Dud’ U.S. Bombs

Smoke from an airstrike by the American-led coalition fighting the Islamic State rose behind an Iraqi soldier in Mosul in May. The coalition dropped thousands of bombs on the city.