Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) threatened revenge on Saudi Arabia for the Kingdom executing 37 prisoners.
With a focus in Naba 179 on the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, the Islamic State (IS) featured an article on the operation, providing details absent from its prior communique and reports, and an infographic summarizing and visualizing the data.
After announcing its "Central Africa Province" and attacks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Islamic State (IS) revealed additional attacks in the country in Naba 179, and featured a photo of its fighters in that region.
The Islamic State's 'Amaq News Agency released a video of a fighter from its West Africa Province (ISWAP) beheading an African Multi-National Joint Task Force (MJTF) soldier taken prisoner in Nigeria, while the group claimed additional attacks in neighboring Niger.
The 'Incite the Believers' Operations Room, an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned jihadi coalition in Syria including Hurras al-Deen, released a video promoting the role of snipers in its war with the Syrian regime.
The Islamic State's (IS) Somalia Province claimed credit for the assassination attempt on Yusuf Mohamed Wacays, the governor of Bari region in Puntland state.
The Islamic State's West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed operations in both Niger and Nigeria, bombing soldiers in the former and repelling a military offensive in the latter.
Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM), al-Qaeda's branch in Mali, claimed bombing a Malian army convoy in the country's Douentza province and burning MINUSMA fuel tankers.
The Mali-based branch of al-Qaeda (AQ), Jama'at Nusrat al-Islam wal Muslimeen (JNIM), claimed killing 16 Malian soldiers and taking two POWs in Koulikoro, in what it called an act of revenge for the massacre of Fulani herders in Ogossagou.
The Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement, al-Qaeda's (AQ) branch in Somalia, claimed multiple raids on military bases where Ethiopian and Ugandan forces in AMISOM, and Somali soldiers, are present, and bombing a vehicle belonging to "Bancroft" in the Mogadishu outskirts.
'Amaq News Agency released a video showing the Sri Lanka attackers pledging allegiance to Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
After its brief report on the responsibility of the Islamic State (IS) for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, the group's 'Amaq News Agency published an article, accompanied with a photo of the attackers.
The Islamic State (IS) issued a formal communique for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka, identified seven fighters and claiming 1,000 casualties.
Through its 'Amaq News Agency, the Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the Easter Day bombings in Sri Lanka.
An alleged group in Syria's Idlib governorate pledged allegiance to Islamic State (IS) leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and threatened its opponents.
Ansar al-Tawhid, an al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned group in Syria, published a photo report documenting the graduation of nearly two dozen fighters from a military training camp.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing five American soldiers in Ghazni, Helmand, and Logar provinces across three days.
Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham released a video and photo reports depicting its fighters in a raid against the SAA in western Aleppo governorate as part of its “And Heal the Chest of the Believers” operation.
The Fezzan division of the Islamic State's (IS) Libya Province published a photo report of its fighters ambushing "apostates from Haftar's militia" to the south of Sabha.
The Islamic State’s (IS) ‘Amaq News Agency reported that “fighters of the Islamic State” were responsible for an armed assault in Saudi Arabia.
The Islamic State's Khorasan Province (ISKP) claimed 30 casualties in a four-man suicide raid at the Ministry of Communications in the Afghan capital, Kabul.