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1. Attack in Burkina Faso Leaves 12 Soldiers Dead
December 16, 2016

Suspected Islamic extremists attacked an army barracks Friday in Burkina Faso, killing at least 12 soldiers, officials said. The officials said about 40 unidentified gunmen stormed the army post in Nassoumbou, a town near the border with Mali. The assailants also set fire to military vehicles and tents, they said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack.   President Roch Marc Christian Kabore called the assailants "forces of evil." He was to...... (read more)

2. Extremism in Northwestern Pakistan Threatens Ancient Art of Stone Carving
December 14, 2016

Pakistan's northwestern territory has been home to the Gandhara civilization since ancient times. It is known for its art of stone carving. But over the past decade, the ancient art of stone carving has come under threat -- as a result of escalating violence, extremists and instability in the region. Ayesha Gilani has more in this report.... (read more)

3. IS Calls for Attacks on US Bases in Uneasy Island of Bahrain
December 08, 2016

The Islamic State group is calling on its followers to launch attacks in Bahrain, including those targeting American military personnel stationed on the tiny island ahead of a visit by the U.S. defense secretary. The appeal for violence came in a video that also urges militants to attack the Sunni-ruled island's Shiite majority amid a wider government crackdown on dissent there. The slickly produced video surfaced as IS propaganda has waned as the extremists continue to lose...... (read more)

4. Coalition Targets Islamic State Fighters in Mosul Hospital
December 07, 2016

The U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State extremists in Iraq and Syria intentionally struck a hospital in Mosul Wednesday to protect Iraqi forces from Islamic State fighters inside the building. The coalition said Iraqi forces requested “immediate support” after receiving heavy machine gun fire and rocket-propelled grenade fire from IS forces in a building at the Al Salem hospital complex. It is unclear how many casualties resulted from the strike. Islamic State had been using...... (read more)

5. Russia: Islamic State Leader, 4 Other Jihadists Killed in North Caucasus
December 03, 2016

Russian news reports say security forces in Russia’s North Caucasus region have killed a rebel chieftain with ties to Islamic State extremists. The RIA Novosti news agency identified the suspect as Rustam Aselderov, also known as Abu Muhammad, and said he was one of five militants killed near Makhachkala, the capital of the Republic of Dagestan. The Tass news agency described the Russian security sweep as ongoing and said it was to resume Sunday morning. In a statement from the Federal...... (read more)

6. American Man Admits Terrorist Attack Plot
November 29, 2016

A 20-year-old North Carolina man has pleaded guilty to attempting to commit an act of international terrorism at the encouragement of the Islamic State group. Federal prosecutors said Justin N. Sullivan intended to use an assault rifle equipped with a silencer and loaded with hollow-point bullets to gun down hundreds of people in North Carolina and Virginia, to prove his allegiance to Islamic State extremists. Sullivan, whose plot unraveled when he confided in an undercover FBI agent,...... (read more)

7. Malian Musicians Peace Caravan Brings Message of Reconciliation
November 24, 2016

In 2012, a coup kicked off a diaspora of Malians from which the country has not yet recovered. Malians fled by the hundreds of thousands and ended up in Burkina Faso, Niger and Mauritania. After a Tuareg rebellion, a coup in Bamako, and then a jihadist takeover of the north, religious extremists held sway and did the unthinkable — they banned music, something Malians cannot imagine. Music to unite But some refugee musicians hope they can use music to encourage Malians to return,...... (read more)

8. Egypt’s Sissi: Supporting Syrian Government Is ‘Our Priority’
November 23, 2016

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sissi said Wednesday his country’s support of the Syrian regime against what he called “extremists” is necessary for the stability of the region. "Our priority is to support national armies, for example in Libya to assert control over Libyan territories and deal with extremist elements,” he said during an interview with Portuguese broadcaster RTP. “The same with Syria and Iraq." The reporter then asked Sissi if he was referring to the...... (read more)

9. Islamic State Terror: The Lost City of Sinjar
November 22, 2016

In a region ravaged by war with Islamic State militants, the Iraqi city of Sinjar remains devastated one year after being captured from the extremists. Worse still is what the United Nations calls a genocide against the Yazidi religious minority. VOA's Heather Murdock reports.... (read more)

10. US Issues Europe Travel Alert for Holiday Season
November 22, 2016

The U.S. State Department has issued a travel alert for Americans regarding “a heightened risk of terrorist attacks throughout Europe, particularly during the holiday season.” In a statement Monday, officials said U.S. citizens should use caution at holiday festivals, events and outdoor markets.   “U.S. citizens should also be alert to the possibility that extremist sympathizers or self-radicalized extremists may conduct attacks during this period with little or no warning....... (read more)

11. Kenya Police Kill 4 Suspected Extremists at Somali Border
November 20, 2016

Police officers have killed four suspected extremists in Kenya's volatile Mandera County, a border region hard-hit by recent attacks by the Somali extremist group al-Shabab. Police killed the men at the Somali border while ambushing a group of about 20 suspected members of a cell of al-Shabab militants on Saturday, North Eastern Regional Coordinator Mohamud Saleh said Sunday.   The group allegedly was planning an attack on a police station. Police recovered four rifles and...... (read more)

12. EU Unveils New Security Check System for Travelers
November 16, 2016

The European Union on Wednesday unveiled plans for a new system of security checks on travelers permitted to enter Europe without visas in an effort to crack down on extremists. People from 60 visa waiver countries, including the U.S., will have to pay 5 euros ($5.36) and fill out an online form to obtain clearance to travel within Europe's 26-nation ID check-free area.   The EU's security commissioner, Julian King, said that "by spotting problem individuals and...... (read more)

13. Turkey Warns Citizens to Avoid Anti-Trump Protests in US Cities
November 12, 2016

Turkey has warned its citizens living in or traveling to the United States to avoid "social tensions" in major American cities, such as angry protests against Donald Trump's presidential election victory. The Ankara government on Saturday also advised caution for any visitors who might encounter "racist" outbursts, which many Americans see as the action of extremists possibly emboldened by Trump's comments critical of immigrants. Turkey did not specifically...... (read more)

14. Iraqi Coalition Forces Discover 100 Decapitated Bodies South of Mosul
November 07, 2016

Iraqi authorities say the military coalition pressing a huge offensive against Islamic State extremists near the northern city of Mosul have uncovered a mass grave containing at least 100 decapitated bodies.  Initial reports Monday from Western and Kurdish journalists say the dead are believed to be civilians. A spokesman for Iraqi federal police said the bodies were discovered at an agriculture college outside the town of Hammam al-Alil, 15 kilometers south of Mosul's center....... (read more)

15. Iraqi Forces Slow Advance on Mosul’s Eastern Side
November 06, 2016

Iraqi troops inside the embattled city of Mosul slowed their advance Sunday on the city’s eastern front where Islamic State militants have taken over neighborhoods. “There are a lot of civilians, and we are trying to protect them,” said Lieutenant Colonel Muhanad al-Timimi. “This is one of the hardest battles that we’ve faced till now.”  On Saturday, an Iraqi general said his forces trying to encircle the city had driven Islamic State extremists out of a key town on the city’s...... (read more)

16. Iraqi and Kurdish Commanders See Cracks in Jihadist Discipline
November 06, 2016

While there are no signs that the Islamic State group’s forces are falling apart in northern Iraq under the pressure of the offensive on Mosul, the militants’ last major urban stronghold in Iraq, commanders of both Kurdish and Iraqi military units have told VOA they see cracks emerging in jihadist discipline, indicating the resolve of some militants is weakening. The picture is not totally uniform, according to the commanders in charge of the Iraqi-Kurdish assault. Some extremists are...... (read more)

17. Nigerian Troops Find Kidnapped Chibok Schoolgirl
November 05, 2016

Nigerian army officials say government troops have rescued one of the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram Islamic extremists more than two years ago. A military spokesman said Saturday the girl was found late Friday in Pulka, in Borno State, by troops who were screening escapees from Boko Haram's base in the Sambisa forest.  The spokesman said the girl was found carrying a baby boy. The Nigerian government secured the release of 21 of the Chibok schoolgirls last month,...... (read more)

18. Australia Fears Return of Battle-hardened IS Militants
November 04, 2016

Australian counterterrorism experts say the likely defeat of the Islamic State (IS) militant group in Iraq will raise the threat posed by jihadist fighters returning to Australia. The warning comes after the arrest in Australia of a 24-year-old man and a teenage boy on suspicion of breaching the nation's foreign fighter laws. Australia’s gravest security concerns are stoked by homegrown extremists.  Authorities estimate about 120 Australians have joined militant groups in the...... (read more)

19. Fears Mount of IS Resorting to Chemical Warfare
October 30, 2016

The sulfur dioxide fire Islamic State militants triggered last week is only the first stage in a plan that will see the extremists resort to chemical warfare in a bid to stave off Iraqi and Kurdish forces from retaking Mosul, the terror group’s last major urban stronghold in Iraq, military experts fear. Alarm is mounting that IS militants will use chlorine-filled improvised explosive devices in even greater numbers than in their defense last year of Tikrit, where they planted hundreds of...... (read more)

20. Somalia's Al-Shabab in Comeback as Ethiopia Pulls Troops
October 27, 2016

Somalia's Islamic extremists, al-Shabab, appear to be making a comeback, having recently seized four towns and attacked a guesthouse in neighboring Kenya, killing 12. The resurgence of Al-Shabab, which is allied to al-Qaida, could affect Somalia's plans to hold elections next month and further destabilize what is already one of the world's most fragile states. The rebels had steadily lost ground over the past five years, first losing control of the capital, Mogadishu, in...... (read more)

21. US Defense Secretary Arrives in Irbil, Near Mosul Fighting
October 23, 2016

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter arrived Sunday in Irbil, northern Iraq, where he is meeting with Kurdish leaders and military commanders close to the fight to retake the city of Mosul from Islamic State extremists. Shortly after arriving on the unannounced visit, Carter met with Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani, the president of the largely autonomous Kurdish region in the northern part of the country. Kurdish peshmerga forces have been pushing toward towns just northeast of Mosul to...... (read more)

22. Leaked Clinton Email Suggests Gulf Allies' Support for IS
October 20, 2016

Foreign policy experts and analysts say they are perplexed by a hacked email in which Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton appears to accuse the Saudi and Qatari governments of providing logistical and financial support to Islamic State extremists. The accusation is one among thousands of messages that were stolen from the personal email of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and released on the Wikileaks website. The lengthy message is...... (read more)

23. Amnesty International: Iraqi Forces Torture, Kill Sunni Men Fleeing IS 
October 18, 2016

Amnesty International reports that Iraqi government forces and paramilitaries have arbitrarily detained, tortured and killed male Sunni civilians who have escaped from Islamic State areas and are suspected of having ties to the extremists. “As the battle to retake Mosul gets underway, it is crucial that Iraqi authorities take steps to ensure these appalling abuses do not happen again,” Amnesty said in a report published Tuesday. “There can be no justification for extrajudicial executions,...... (read more)

24. Gunmen Attack Niger Prison Holding Extremists
October 17, 2016

Niger's interior and public security minister says gunmen attacked a prison that holds jihadists and were repelled by security forces.   Mohamed Bazoum said at least one attacker blew himself up early Monday at Koutoukale prison, about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the capital, Niamey. Bazoum said a number of extremists, notably from Mali, are held in the prison.   The attack comes days after suspected extremists abducted an American aid worker, killing two people before...... (read more)

25. Iraqi PM Signals Start of Mosul Offensive
October 17, 2016

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared Monday his nation will "celebrate victory as one," as a military push began to drive Islamic State extremists from the northern city of Mosul. The long-anticipated campaign is the largest military operation in Iraq since U.S. forces left five years ago. Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend, who commands the U.S.-led coalition targeting Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, cautioned it could take weeks or even longer to recapture...... (read more)

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