A suicide bomber attack on an education centre in western Kabul has left at least 100 people killed and injured, most of them young women.
The UN's annual Children and Armed Conflict report showed that the US-backed YPG terrorist group and its affiliates in Syria have recruited 221 minors, killed dozens others and even seized schools for military use from January to December 2021.
Relatively few Irish citizens became embroiled with Daesh, but Dublin took responsibility for those that did or were alleged to have done.
Washington and Ankara can work together with an independent Arab entity to help cut off Daesh’s support base and limit the YPG.
Maintaining the tenuous peace in the multi-ethnic city of Kirkuk will require a nuanced approach as part of a wider strategy to counter Daesh.
The impunity enjoyed by the militias and continued collective punishment against Sunnis can only lead to civil war.
The people of northeast Syria are being forced to fight in a battle they say they didn’t choose.
The existing terrorist threat is likely to evolve in a far different way from the one witnessed after the 9/11 attacks.
The blast targeted a vehicle of the border police, which is now run by the Taliban, killing five people, including two civilians, among them a child, witnesses said.
In an interview with TRT World, Omar Zakhilwal, who was also Afghanistan’s former finance minister, discusses the Taliban’s diplomatic direction, regional politics and security.
The YPG has proved that it is incapable of managing the Al Hol camp in Syria, that was a terrible idea from its outset.
If the state doesn't want the insurgency to turn into a prolonged game of whac-a-mole, it will need to address Cabo Delgado's socio-economic shortcomings.
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