ISIS

ISIS

A Brooklyn Man Has Been Indicted for Allegedly Being an ISIS Sniper and Recruiter

Asainov lived in Brooklyn from 1998 to 2013, and neighbors described him as standoffish but otherwise fine.
Gaby Del Valle
9.4.19
Syria

Taken by ISIS: One American Father’s Harrowing Journey to Get His Kids Back from the Caliphate

Yousuf and Zahra were trapped somewhere in Syria. We went there to find them.
VICE News Staff
8.26.19
terrorism

How a UK-Born Accused Terrorist Suddenly Became Canadian

'Jihadi Jack' is the latest example of what one expert calls 'anti-terror NIMBYism.'
Mack Lamoureux
8.21.19
terrorism

ISIS Is Using Internet Propaganda to Maintain a 'Virtual Caliphate,' UN Report Says

The report, which argues the internet still gives the terror group global reach, urges nations to spy on the dark web.
Ben Makuch
8.6.19
News

How the RCMP Dealt With the Media During a Suspected Terror Attack

Police scrambled to control the narrative around Aaron Driver’s death after shooting the terror suspect in 2016, documents show.
Nathan Munn
6.10.19
terrorism

"American Taliban" John Walker Lindh Is Getting Out of Prison Today. He Still Might Be Radicalized.

A 2017 report said he “continued to advocate for global jihad and to write and translate violent extremist texts"
Tim Marcin
5.24.19
VICE News

The Real Consequences of Pulling U.S. Troops out of Africa

ISIS-linked groups have stepped up their activity since the Tongo Tongo ambush that left four U.S. Green Berets dead
Cassandra Vinograd
5.5.19
terrorism

Army vet plotted to bomb white nationalist rally as "retribution" for New Zealand shooting, feds say

He allegedly asked an undercover FBI agent for help creating a bomb powerful enough to kill 50 people.
Tess Owen
4.30.19
ISIS

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive and leading ISIS, new propaganda video claims

The videotaped propaganda message, which comes on the heels of the Islamic State losing valuable ground in Syria and Iraq, purportedly​ shows Baghdadi seated among other ISIS militants.
Emma Ockerman
4.30.19
In Moderation

Why Won’t Twitter Treat White Supremacy Like ISIS? Because It Would Mean Banning Some Republican Politicians Too.

A Twitter employee who works on machine learning believes that a proactive, algorithmic solution to white supremacy would also catch Republican politicians.
Joseph Cox
Jason Koebler
4.25.19
Sri Lanka Attacks

Sri Lanka’s grief over Easter attacks is turning to fury at the government

What we know, and still don’t know, about the bombings in Sri Lanka.
Alex Lubben
4.25.19
terror

ISIS isn't dead. It's just moving to countries like Sri Lanka

Its 'caliphate' may have collapsed, but ISIS remains a threat.
Emma Ockerman
4.24.19
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