After the fall of its de facto capital of Raqqa, few expect ISIS to completely go away, or for the bloodshed in the two countries and the region to end quickly
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Thousands of civilians are streaming back to Kirkuk, a day after fleeing as Iraqi troops pushed Kurdish forces out of the disputed oil-rich city
'We will never put our nuclear weapons and ballistic rockets on the negotiating table under any circumstances,' said North Korea's deputy UN ambassador
Battle for Kurdistan: U.S. Weapons Face Off Against U.S. Weapons as Iraqi Forces Seize Key Kurdish Oil Center
Peshmerga pushed back two assaults by the Iraqi forces south of Kirkuk, destroying several U.S.-supplied Humvees used by Popular Mobilisation, a force which is also trained and armed by Iran
Islamic militants in Egypt's restive Sinai region attacked a church as a diversion before storming a nearby bank and emptying its safe
Offensive is expected to be completed within three days, comes after some 275 militants and their families surrendered over the weekend
Church of Saint George in El-Arish was closed following a wave of attacks against Sinai Christians by ISIS-affiliated militants
Kurdish officials say state-backed militias aim to retake disputed northern city; both sides fighting ISIS, enjoy U.S. support
As angry protesters gathered near the scene of the attack, Somalia’s government blamed the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group for what it called a 'national disaster'
'The populist, nationalist, conservative revolt that's going on, that drove Donald Trump to victory ... will drive 15 [Bannon] candidates to victory in 2018'