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Inside the FBI's secret relationship with special operations




Iraq insurgents turn seized dam into weapon




ISIS' 'Southern Division' praises foreign suicide bombers

ISIS-Wilayats.jpgThe suicide bombers, who conducted attacks just south of Baghdad, are from Morocco, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, and Jordan. The Southern Division is one of 16 administrative areas defined by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham.


Jordan rearrests ex-Gitmo detainee once deemed a 'high' risk

A former Guantanamo detainee named Osama Abu Kabir has been arrested in Jordan. The charges have not been made public, but his arrest seems to be connected to Jordanian concerns about the jihad in Syria.


ISIS jihadists open new front in Baghdad push




ISIS expands in areas around Baghdad




An Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham suicide bomber killed five Army recruits as they were lined up outside of a military base in the town of Riyadh. The ISIS killed five soldiers southwest of Kirkuk, two policemen in Mosul, two Awakening fighters in Ramadi, a policeman in Ramadi, and another policeman in Hit. Security forces killed 11 "militants" in Mosul, three ISIS fighters in Ramadi, and an aide to an ISIS leader Tuz Khurmatu.




ISIS parades on outskirts of Baghdad

Hundreds of Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters paraded their vehicles, which included captured Iraqi military trucks and an artillery piece, through the streets of Abu Ghraib and Fallujah.


Iraq: Arrests rise as government attempts to block insurgents' access to Baghdad




After the Wars: A legacy of pain and pride




Forty-four soldiers and four insurgents are reported to have been killed during clashes in and around Fallujah. Security forces killed two "gunmen" in Latifiyah. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham bombed two bridges near Ramadi and Haditha.




United Nations warns of increasing militant links between Iraq, Syria




The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 26 people in a series of bombings in Baghdad, and killed two soldiers in Karma and a policeman in Tikrit. Security forces killed 13 ISIS fighters in airstrikes in Al Qaim and a military emir south of Fallujah.




The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed five civilians in Bayji, two soldiers in Mosul, and a policeman in Muqdadiyah. Security forces killed six "terrorists" in Baghdad, four "gunmen" in Saqlawiyah, and an ISIS military commander south of Fallujah.




The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 29 people, including six soldiers and three civilians in a suicide attack in Baghdad, and eight soldiers in an assault in Tarmiyah. Seven ISIS fighters in Baghdad died in a premature detonation. Iraqi forces killed al Qaeda's security advisor for Samarra and two "gunmen" in Bayji. Security forces clashed with the Mahdi Army in Shula in Baghdad.




Afghans Who Helped the US Fear That Time for Visas Has Run Out




Security forces killed 21 "insurgents" in Buhriz and five Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham fighters in Mosul. The ISIS killed four soldiers, two policemen, three civilians, and a university security guard in Mosul; and three Awakening members in Kirkuk.




Al Nusrah Front video features veteran al Qaeda military leader

An Al Nusrah Front video features Abu Hammam al Shami, an al Qaeda veteran who swore allegiance to Osama bin Laden and has served al Qaeda's senior leaders since the late 1990s. Abu Hammam criticizes the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) in the video.


The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed five policemen and two civilians in a double IED attack in Tikrit. Yesterday, the ISIS killed 29 people in a series of attacks throughout the country. In one of those attacks, a suicide bomber killed six policemen at a funeral for another officer in Ramadi. Eight more people were killed in an ISIS assault on a headquarters near Samarra. Security forces killed five ISIS fighters in Ramadi.




Tunisia's fake jihadist and the war in Syria