The Islamic State (IS) portrayed the January 15, 2018, suicide bombings in Baghdad, which marked its return to the Iraqi capital after seven months, as a bad omen for Iran and Shi’ites in general in Naba 115.
In an “exclusive” in Naba 114, the Islamic State (IS) reported that its West Africa Province carried out a suicide bombing on Nigerian soldiers in the Lake Chad area, killing and wounding dozens.
Islamic State (IS) supporters translated into English and French the infographic featured in Naba 113 on the "nullifiers of Islam" into which it said Hamas fell.
Amidst the protests in Iran, the Islamic State (IS) urged its supporters in Naba 113 to capitalize on the event and foment unrest among Shi'ites towards the ruling regime.
The pro-Islamic State (IS) Dera' al-Sunni Foundation released the fifth issue of its "Anfal" magazine, featuring a poster threatening Paris, and another graphic presenting statistics of IS operations in Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, and Syria in the past month.
As part of its “economic war” on U.S. allies, the Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 112 that its fighters in Central Sinai cut power to a cement factory used by the Egyptian military, and separately, asserted that fighters in Iraq’s Diyala governorate hold control over areas.
The Islamic State (IS) presented in Nabba 111 "exclusive" details of its December 19, 2017, attack at the al-Arish Airport in North Sinai, and its December 13 assault in Damascus' Tadamon neighborhood.
A pro-Islamic State (IS) media group calling itself "Dera' al-Sunni Foundation" published a magazine borrowing the news format of Naba, the IS' weekly digital newspaper, and combining it with threatening posters and weapons manuals.
Without claiming responsibility or directly asserting a role, the Islamic State (IS) reported on the December 11, 2017, attack at the New York City Port Authority in Naba 110.
The Islamic State (IS) responded to U.S. President Donald Trump recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital in Naba 109, and published an infographic reviewing statistics and important operations by its fighters against American soldiers in the last year.
The Islamic State (IS) reported the killing of five Russian "experts" and 58 Syrian soldiers in an eight-man suicide raid on Deir al-Zour military airbase in a Naba 106 "exclusive".
The Islamic State (IS) offered advice to lone wolves in the "lands of the enemy" in Naba 105, and claimed an attack in the Libyan desert in what it termed an "exclusive" report.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in Naba 104 a biography and account of the travels to Syria for Abdul Hakim al-Tatari, a former official in the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU), who was killed in battle just days after his arrival.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in the 103rd issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper a biography of a deceased Bengali fighter who earned a degree in computer programming from a university in Australia.
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan's (TTP) Umar Media published the second issue of its English magazine for women, "Sunnat E Khaula," continuing the series from its first issue with the next installment of an interview with the wife of the group's leader, Fazlullah Khorasani, and another piece written from the perspective of a 6-year-old boy.
Regarding the military campaign named in honor of its former spokesman, the Islamic State (IS) reported at least 650 enemy forces killed and wounded in the past two weeks in the 101st issue of al-Naba newspaper, and claimed the killing of two American soldiers in Iraq.
Citing the example of Nusaybah bint Ka’ab, a historic figure in Islam recognized for her participation in the Battle of Uhud, the Islamic State (IS) urged Muslim women in the 100th issue of al-Naba newspaper to fight in the battlefield alongside men in order to defend the group.
The Islamic State (IS) urged its supporters in the West as well as fighters in the battlefields to "intensify" their efforts in the 100th issue of al-Naba newspaper.
The Islamic State (IS) featured an infographic on the Las Vegas attack in the 100th issue of its al-Naba weekly newspaper, and indicated that the shooter, “Abu Abdul Barr al-Amriki” had converted to Islam six months ago.
In the 99th issue of its newly-designed al-Naba weekly newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) reported on the launch of a military campaign named in honor of former spokesman Abu Muhammad al-'Adnani, and in an infographic, tallied operations in Sinai in a one-year period.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed that a “security detachment” planted explosive devices in Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, France, causing its evacuation.