Diane Foley: Trump’s Made It ‘Less Safe’ to Be a Journalist
HALL OF MIRRORS
How an FBI Informant Went Rogue With ISIS
The FBI thought their ISIS informant was doing well—until he offered military plans to two men he thought were top terrorists in Syria.
ISIS Recruiter ‘Umm Nutella’ Accused of Double-Crossing Feds
They claim she continued trying to line up terror supporters online after cutting a deal with prosecutors.
FB Axes 49 Sites Selling ‘Stolen-to-Order’ Syria Antiquities
A BBC investigation found scores of social-media pages selling artifacts looted to customer’s specifications, including pieces from the ruins of ISIS-wracked Palmyra.
COME ONE, COME ALL
ISIS Leader’s Video Is Desperate—but Potentially Effective
Sure, Baghdadi looks rough in his first video in five years. But that’s part of his transformation to hardened insurgent leader, and his appearance might draw recruits.
How Many People Died in the Last Stronghold of ISIS?
It is clear the U.S.-led coalition vastly underestimated the number of civilians trapped with ISIS in its last Syrian redoubt.
Sri Lanka Militants Detonate Bombs During Raid, Killing 15
The gunfight started Friday night after police tipped off soldiers about a suspected safe house.
U.S.-Led Coalition Killed 1,600 Civilians in Raqqa: Report
An interactive website created by Amnesty and Airwars claims it has documented the deaths of 1,600 civilians in Syria at the hands of U.S.-led forces.