On March 1, 2017, IS’ Aleppo Province released a photo from the “Caravan of Martyrs” series that showed deceased fighter Abu Khattab al-Polandi.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Aleppo Province claimed killing eight Turkish soldiers and 60 Syrian opposition militants in a suicide bombing on their gathering in the town of Susiyan in the north.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria released a disturbing video evoking the memory of the immolation of Jordanian pilot Mu’adh al-Kasasibah, showing the burning alive of two soldiers in the Turkish army.
The Islamic State’s (IS) Aleppo Province claimed killing approximately 20 from People’s Protection Units (YPG) forces in an immersive suicide operation in two villages southwest of Manbij.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) released a video of executing a captive element from a U.S.- and Turkey-backed rebel faction with an American machine gun.
The Islamic State (IS) released the September 6, 2016, English edition of its al-Bayan provincial news bulletin, which included recaps of operations in Syria, Iraq, and Libya, and Yemen.
The Islamic State (IS) announced that its spokesman, Abu Muhammad al-'Adnani, was killed while "surveying the military operations" in Aleppo, Syria, and threatened revenge against the "filthy cowards in the sect of disbelief, and the carrier of the banner of the Cross in it".
Jaish al-Fateh groups claimed seizing villages in the countryside of Aleppo during the third phase of their campaign attempting to “Lift the Siege of Aleppo,” which they called “Invasion of Ibrahim al-Yusuf.”
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria released a video celebrating two years since the group’s announcement of the “Caliphate,” touting its self-sufficiency, the services it provides to the people, and the future generation of fighters it is molding.
Continuing what now appears to be a series of videos from Islamic State (IS) "provinces" on foreign fighters in their ranks, the group's division in Homs, Syria, released a production on Indian fighters.
Al-Barakah Province, the division of the Islamic State (IS) for al-Hasakah, Syria, released a video on fighters from Southeast Asia, showing military training and religious indoctrination for children, and adult fighters and kids burning their passports.
The Islamic State (IS) in Syria claimed the seizure of a village in Aleppo, along with assaults on two others in the province.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed a suicide raid on an opposition stronghold in the northern town of Mare', and that U.S. aircraft struck the area and its surroundings to help the "apostates".
A Telegram channel administered by an alleged American Islamic State (IS) emigrant forwarded a purported notice to residents of the group’s Aleppo Province regarding cut-off internet service.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria claimed the capture of al-Ra’i Town located in the northern countryside.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed killing dozens and capturing eight “Awakenings of Apostasy” following assaults on several villages in the northern countryside.
The Islamic State (IS) released the March 14, 2016 English edition of its al-Bayan provincial news bulletin, which included recaps of two suicide operations in IS’ Aleppo Province, targeting a Shi’ite intelligence officer in IS’ Salah al-Din Province, and targeting Shi’ite forces in IS’ Diyala Province.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) claimed two suicide bombings and a suicide raid involving five fighters on positions of "Awakenings of apostasy" in the northern countryside.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria claimed two suicide bombings on Kurdish positions west of the al-Farouq Dam.
Aleppo Province of the Islamic State (IS) in Syria published a photo report on a Qur'an memorization boarding school for children called the "Dar al-Arqam Institute".
High-ranking Islamic State (IS) official Amr al-Absi (AKA Abu al-Athir) was announced dead by users on social media.