The Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 163 on the stabbings on New Year's Eve in Manchester, England, and noted France celebrating the holiday under the shadow a security force of 147,000 people.
The Islamic State (IS) provided as an "exclusive" in Naba 161, details of the attack on the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement in northeastern Somalia, and claimed that leaders of the al-Qaeda (AQ) branch attempted to cover up the losses they incurred.
In an article in Naba 158 covering the November 23, 2018, attack in the Libyan town of Tazirbu, the Islamic State (IS) threatened more operations in the country and to wage a "new approach" in the war in its cities.
The Islamic State (IS) continues its silence regarding the attack at the Uranus Wedding Hall in Kabul, where in Naba 157 it noted press coverage of shootings in Brussels, Chicago, and Denver but ignored the mass-casualty incident in the Afghan capital.
Delineating recent actions by the Shabaab al-Mujahideen Movement against its fighters and supporters, the Islamic State (IS) suggested in Naba 156 that it is heading for a showdown with the al-Qaeda (AQ) branch in Somalia.
Placing what it calls a "spotlight" on the vehicular and knife attack in Melbourne, Australia, the Islamic State (IS) cited in Naba 156 the executor of those lone wolves inspired by its words and its application of them on the battlefield.
Following up on its ambush of Coptic Christians in Minya, Egypt, on November 2, 2018, the Islamic State (IS) reiterated its threat to them in Naba 155 and warned Muslims not only to stay away from churches and Coptic gatherings, but "Crusader" embassies and nationals, as well.
In an "exclusive" in Issue 155 of its Naba newspaper, the Islamic State (IS) claimed an attack on Nigerian soldiers in Yobe.
The Islamic State (IS) featured an infographic in the 154th issue of its Naba newspaper that detailed statistics from one month (September to October) of the ongoing U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) offensive in Deir al-Zour, Syria.
More than a week after an Afghan commando opened fire on a NATO base in Shindand, Herat, Afghanistan – leading to one killed and two wounded – the Islamic State (IS) claimed the operation was carried out by a “Caliphate soldier” in Naba 154.
The Islamic State (IS) featured an infographic in Naba 153 warning of the security risks of cell phones and advising fighters to cease using them.
In what has become a series of tips and proposals to inspired lone wolves and cells abroad, the Islamic State (IS) suggested means of luring enemies into ambushes in Naba 152.
Citing an alleged Islamic State (IS) fighter involved in the reported September 2018 airdrop operation by U.S. forces in Iraq's Anbar governorate, the group published details in Naba 151 of the incident.
The Islamic State (IS) addressed lone wolves "in the field" in an infographic in Naba 150, proposing arson as a means of attack and suggesting targets.
After releasing a video through 'Amaq News Agency of three fighters involved in the September 22, 2018, attack at an IRGC military parade in Ahvaz, Iran, the Islamic State (IS) revealed that five fighters perpetrated the operation and that it came after their studying the potential time and place to strike.
The Islamic State (IS) revealed details of its clashes with al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen's al-Bayda' governorate over the past three months in Naba 147, and featured an infographic advising lone wolves in terms of planning and conduct.
The Islamic State (IS) featured an infographic in Naba 146 advising its supporters in the media field, and published a biography of the mastermind behind a string of car bombings in Balochistan on Shi'ites.
A week after its 'Amaq News Agency reported that the executor of the knife attack in Trappes, France, was an Islamic State (IS) fighter, the IS reiterated its connection to the incident in Naba 145.
The Islamic State (IS) featured in Naba 144 an infographic on military statistics for the past two months in Nigeria, or what it calls "West Africa Province".
The Islamic State (IS) reported on an attack on a Libyan military checkpoint and camp in Jufra in Naba 143 and separately published photos from the operation.