Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM), al-Qaeda's Mali branch, released a video from its official for the country's Macina region inciting the Fula people there and in the entirety of the Sahel and West Africa to take up arms.
The Afghan Taliban stressed that its attack in the Hazara-majority district of Jaghori in Ghazni province did not target the religious sect but hit only those elements "associated with the Kabul administration".
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, the Somalia-based branch of al-Qaeda (AQ), claimed assassinating a Hirshabelle MP in Mogadishu while failing in an attempt to assassinate a government official in Bardale two days prior, and killing a supply director for Somali Special Forces in Lower Shabelle.
The Islamic State's Yemen Province (ISYP) claimed repulsing an assault by al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) on multiple positions of its fighters in al-Bayda' governorate.
The Nigeria-based branch of the Islamic State, West Africa Province (ISWAP), claimed killing an accused spy in neighboring Cameroon.
Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) published a photo report of its “elite forces” carrying out military exercises in a show of its preparedness to fight in Idlib.
Adopting the Islamic State (IS) style of communique design, and using the "West Africa" name, Jama’at Ahl al-Sunnah Lil Dawa Wal Jihad, or "Boko Haram," claimed attacks on Nigerian positions in Borno State and published photos.
The Afghan Taliban remarked that the November 3, 2018, insider attack in Kabul in which Utah mayor Brent Taylor was killed is indicative of peaking "anti-occupation sensitivities" among Afghan armed forces.
The Islamic State's West Africa Province (ISWAP), its Nigeria-based branch, claimed killing 15 African coalition forces and seizing temporary control over a town in Maiduguri.
The Afghan Taliban acknowledged that a delegation from its Political Office will participate in the upcoming Moscow conference.
The al-Bayda' division of the Islamic State's Yemen Province (ISYP) claimed attacks on an al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) position and Houthi fighters in separate incidents on the same day, both in al-Quraishyah district.
The Islamic State's West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed bombing a Nigerian army vehicle near Lake Chad.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda's (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed two attacks on Somali Special Forces, one hitting an officer identified as foreign, in Mogadishu and Lower Shabelle.
White Supremacists celebrated the return of the alternative social media platform, Gab – following the site being dropped from it’s previous web host, rendering the site inaccessable for a handful of days – with some members expressing interest in making a Gab account as a means of showing some kind of solidarity.
Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) vowed revenge for Pakistan's Supreme Court acquitting a Christian woman on a blasphemy charge, and urged Muslims to wage jihad to defend their religion and sanctities.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed inflicting 50 casualties among Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), or what it calls “PKK,” in a car bombing in Raqqah.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed five bombings in Baghdad in one day targeting Shi’ites.
Lauding the Afghan soldier who killed an American soldier in an insider attack in Kabul, the Afghan Taliban urged members of the Afghan armed forces to follow his example.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the ambush of Coptic Christians in Minya, Egypt, in a formal communique, declaring that the operation came in "revenge" for the arrest of female Muslims.
Continuing to maintain that its fighters shot down a military helicopter in Farah, the Afghan Taliban declared that it will not deliver the enemy corpses from the crash until the Afghan government delivers the body of the executor of the insider attack at a base in Kandahar.