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Jordan shaken by threats from ISIS, Iraq, Syria

Egyptian Al Nusrah Front commander on Syrian border defects to ISIS

Abu Yusuf al Masri, a leader in Albu Kamal, swore allegiance to a senior "Chechen" commander in the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham. The move could strengthen ISIS' hold on the Iraq-Syrian border.

Syrian Qaeda wing pledges loyalty to ISIS in border town

Jordan on alert after ISIS seizes border crossing

Records show how Iraqi extremists withstood US antiterrorism efforts

ISIS holds military parade in Mosul

The military claimed it killed an al Qaeda leader and 19 fighters during clashes at the Bayji refinery, and 30 more fighters in airstrikes north of Fallujah. Iraqi officials claimed to have retaken the Tarbil and Al Walid border crossings in Anbar, but the report is unconfirmed. The ISIS took control of Nukhaib in Anbar. Kurdish President Massoud Barzani called for an independent Kurdistan.

Obama's disastrous Iraq policy: an autopsy

ISIS recruits Kurdish youth, creating a potential new risk in a peaceful part of Iraq

Iraqi military facing 'psychological collapse' after losses, desertions

Anti-U.S. cleric Muqtada al Sadr retakes stage amid Iraq turmoil

Analysis: A protracted struggle ahead for Iraq

While Sunni Iraqi support of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham is not monolithic, the central government's security forces are unlikely to decisively uproot the terrorist organization from the more distant provinces of Iraq anytime soon.

ISIS photos show control of command center, execution of prisoners

The Ninewa Division of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham shows its fighters taking control of "The Second Operations Command Center" as well as executing three Iraqi soldiers.

Kerry promises 'intense and sustained' US support for Iraq

The British brothers fighting against ISIS in Iraq

Ansar al Islam releases propaganda photos showing operations in Iraq

Ansar al Islam, a jihadist group founded in September 2001, has released a set of propaganda photos showing its claimed operations in Iraq. The photos purport to show the organization's control over a highway between Tikrit and Kirkuk, captured spoils, and its willingness to grant amnesty to members of Iraq's security forces.

ISIS plays with big bucks in estimated billion-dollar fortune

Iraq jihadists 'turning back clock' in Mosul

Netanyahu Warns US Not to Work with Iran on Iraq Crisis

Jordan Salafist leader Abu Muhammad al Maqdisi, freed, quiet so far on ISIS-Nusrah rift