Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday issued a chilling threat to Europe over looming sanctions over Ankara’s unauthorized drilling in the Mediterranean: penalize us and we’ll release ISIS prisoners back to European countries.
A former British army officer who founded the White Helmets humanitarian volunteer group that performed emergency response in Syria was found dead early Monday in Turkey, officials said.
The young pup has reportedly been placed in a fur-ever home.
Fox News Foreign Correspondent Benjamin Hall indicated that the Kurds could follow a broader trend of Middle Eastern nations teaming up with the U.S.’s geopolitical rivals after President Trump’s decision to pull troops out of Syria.
Parents of ISIS captive Kayla Mueller believe daughter may still be alive: ‘That 1 percent chance is still there’
The parents of ISIS captive Kayla Mueller are hopeful their daughter is still alive, suggesting in an interview Wednesday that the terror group may have faked her death.
Before the U.S. military positively identified the headless body of the world’s most wanted terrorist killed in a daring raid, a Kurdish spy had slipped into Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s compound and stole a pair of underwear to confirm the man’s identity as…
Parents of ISIS victim Kayla Mueller explain what Trump mentioning their daughter after al-Baghdadi raid meant to them
The parents of murdered ISIS captive Kayla Mueller spoke to Fox News after President Trump mentioning their daughter during his official announcement the terrorist group’s leader was dead.
Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon on Monday accused Turkey of being a hub for regional terrorism while saying its recent incursion into Syria has resulted in the strengthening of the Islamic State terror network.
President Trump released a photo Monday of the military dog injured in the Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi raid over the weekend.
We have had the three most successful years in the fight against global terrorism. We should be building on that record of achievement—not fighting each other.
After years of intelligence gathering, U.S. Special Operation Forces could have no doubts that the mutilated body of a man killed during Saturday night’s daring raid in Syria was the long-sought Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, employing new …
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President Trump on Sunday said military dogs chased Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi down a dark underground tunnel before he detonated a suicide vest that injured one of the dogs.
The United States woke up on Sunday to learn its government will stop at nothing to destroy any terrorist group that threatens American interests or intends to do its citizens harm, Vice President Mike Pence said on “Fox News Sunday” this week.
News of the death of Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi by U.S. Special Operations Forces was for me, as it was for many, of real interest. My teams and I have been some of the few who have seen his and his terror group’s handiwork, first-hand….
We must solidify the gains we have made and ensure that Assad and Iran do not have a path to undo these successes and create the land bridge to the Mediterranean the mullahs in Tehran so desperately crave.
Northern Syria has become a geopolitical cauldron – Syrians, Russians, Kurds, Iranians, Turks, and now the U.S. back in to compete for influence.
Fox News’ Benjamin Hall recently spoke to ISIS prisoners in Syria weeks after President Trump made the decision to withdraw U.S. forces, and after Turkey launched a military offensive against the Kurds. He said he was struck by how few guards there wer…
While the world worries about U.S. policy in Syria, it would be wise pay at least as much attention to what happens in Afghanistan.
Victor Davis Hanson: US fears nuclear nightmare with unreliable ally – A scary ‘Doctor Strangelove’ scenario
Not since the U.S. came to Josef Stalin’s aid has America so disliked and so feared a valuable but utterly untenable ally.