Terror designation for Iran's Revolutionary Guards follows decades of state-sponsored bloodshed

The IRGC is the Iranian government's primary means of directing and implementing its global terrorist campaign, say officials.

In Syria's Al-Hol camp, the fight against terrorism is far from over

Tensions are rife among women and children of ISIS fighters being held in the refugee camp.

'We couldn't say no': Harsh rules, violent punishments under ISIS rule

The fall of ISIS's last remaining territory heralds the end of the living hell it imposed on millions.

Fate awaits captured ISIS fighters in Syria

The United States wants countries to repatriate the fighters, while the Kurds want to set up an international tribunal. All the allies want the extremists behind bars.

ISIS loses final territory in Syria, and its so-called 'caliphate' crumbles

The fall of Baghouz, the last remaining bastion of ISIS, marks the death of its so-called 'caliphate', but the threat of the terrorist group remains.

Doomed ISIS fighters make final stand in Syria

Recent gains brought a months-old operation to wipe out the last vestige of ISIS's once-sprawling proto-state closer to its inevitable outcome.

US offers up to $1 million reward for information on Hamza bin Laden

His location is unknown, but many speculate he is near the Afghan-Pakistani border.

Taliban, ISIS step up 'deliberate targeting' of civilians as deaths hit record high

'It is time to put an end to this human misery and tragedy,' said Tadamichi Yamamoto, head of the UN mission in Afghanistan.

Taliban claim Kabul truck bombing, warn more to follow

Afghan officials suggested the latest bombing appeared to be an attempt to derail the burgeoning peace process, vowing that it would not go unanswered.

Government orders investigation of attack on army mosque in Khost

Although ISIS claimed responsibility, President Ashraf Ghani put part of the blame on the Taliban and on sanctuaries of suicide bombers in neighbouring countries.