By SAFDAR DAWAR and QASIM NAUMAN PESHAWAR, Pakistan—Gunmen stormed a university campus in northwestern Pakistan on Wednesday, killing at least six people, officials said. At noon local time Wednesday forces
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The government of Pakistan shuttered the offices of the international aid agency Save the Children on Thursday and ordered any foreign workers with the organization to leave the country within 15 days.
Kurdish fighters closed in Sunday on the Islamic State-controlled border town of Tal Abyad in northern Syria, cutting roads and supply lines that lead to the extremists' de facto capital in the Syrian
U.S. intelligence has confirmed that a CIA drone strike has killed the founder and leader of 's feared affiliate in Yemen, a significant setback to a group that has repeatedly sought to launch audacious
The attacks come three months after the extremist group killed more than 140 people in multiple bombings on Shia mosques At least 31 people were killed on Wednesday and dozens wounded in five simultaneous
Ten times as many attacks killed at least 100 people, largely due to rise of Isil and Boko Haram, according to US State Department The rise of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) the Nigerian group