An American fighter and media worker with the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement in Somalia was allegedly arrested by the group.
A Russian-speaking Islamic State (IS) fighter beheaded an alleged Russian spy in a video from the group’s ar-Raqqah Province, and threatened Russia with attacks.
Islamic State (IS) supporters on Twitter issued threats amid the U.K. parliament’s December 2, 2015 vote on military action against the group.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the April 2015 murder of a Syrian teacher in the city of Kahramanmaras in southern Turkey, accusing him of spying and delivering information on foreign fighters to the enemy intelligence.
Diyala Province of the Islamic State (IS) published a photo report showing IS fighters raiding and burning “dens” of Sunni tribal militia elements and Iraqi military forces.
In an as-Sahab video produced 3-4 months after the January 2015 attacks in Paris, but released on December 1, al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri praised the strikes and called on Muslims to “move the battle” to the United States and Europe.
Algeria Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed bombing Algerian forces in the city of Constantine.
Jihadi users on Twitter threatened Germany in response to its decision to join an intensified anti-Islamic State (IS) military campaign with other Western nations in Syria.
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