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French ex-hostage of ISIL 'knows' James Foley's killer




Leaders Express Outrage as Britain Tries to Identify Beheaded Journalist's Killer




ISIS Pressed for Ransom Before Killing Journalist




Obama Holds to Afghanistan Withdrawal Deadline




Unmanned US drones conducted airstrikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq today and the Pentagon is said to be considering sending up to 300 more US security forces to Baghdad. President Obama vowed that the US would be relentless in bringing justice to the Islamic State terrorists who beheaded US journalist James Foley. Confirming Foley's murder, Secretary of State Kerry called the Islamic State "evil." A US official dismissed the idea that the beheading and threats by the Islamic State would cause the US to suspend airstrikes, saying "the only question is if we do more."




Islamic State beheads American reporter

James Wright Foley, a journalist who was captured in Syria by the Islamic State in November 2012, was executed on camera. The Islamic State threatened to kill another captive American reporter if the US military does not halt its air campaign against the jihadist group in northern Iraq.


Washington, Damascus at odds in fight against ISIS




US airpower supports Peshmerga, Iraqi forces to retake Mosul Dam

President Obama expanded the US military mission in Iraq to include protecting "critical infrastructure" and supporting Iraqi Army and Peshmerga offensive military operations in northern Iraq.


President Obama said the US is pursuing a "longterm strategy" against the Islamic State, and yesterday invoked the War Powers Act to justify authorizing airstrikes against Islamic State militants threatening Iraq's Mosul Dam; the Pentagon has conducted 40 airstrikes since Aug. 16 to support operations of Iraqi security forces and the Kurdish Peshmerga to retake the complex. The State Department designated Said Arif a.k.a. Omar Gharib, an Al Nusrah Front leader, and Abu Muhammed al Adnani, an Islamic State leader and spokesman, as global terrorists. The USS Cape Ray finished neutralizing all 600 metric tons of Syria's most lethal chemical weapons components. The FAA prohibited US airlines from flying over Syria, and warned that extremist groups in Syria with anti-aircraft weapons are opposed to the provision of civil air service to Syria. The Islamic State posted a brief video on social media threatening Americans that it will "drown all of you in blood" if US airstrikes hit IS fighters.




UK prime minister: Our generational struggle against a poisonous ideology




Plight of Iraqi Minorities Worsens With Forced Conversions and Killings




US airstrikes at Mosul Dam likely offensive in nature




ISIS leader flees to Syria fearing US airstrikes: Kurdish official




Terror finance worries may curb Doha kidnap mediation




Lebanon - Three hotspots could erupt into violence




Maliki finally steps aside as Iraq Sunni leader sees US help




Despite US Claims, Yazidis Say Crisis Is Not Over




Obama administration shows little urgency for stemming Islamic State violence




After US troops' assessment mission, rescue on Sinjar 'far less likely'




Why is Turkey supporting Islamic State fighters in Iraq?--commentary