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.
The Islamic State (IS) noted in Naba 141 that the shooting in Toronto, Canada, the perpetrator of which 'Amaq News Agency identified as an IS "soldier," had "echoed widely among Crusaders".
The Islamic State (IS) claimed credit for the July 8, 2018, attack on al-Tarfiya prison security guards in Saudi Arabia’s al-Qassim province.
The Islamic State (IS) announced in an “exclusive” in Naba 138 that fighters in Barqah Province in Libya captured two military officers in Waddan, a town in southwest Libya, and declared in the editorial that current losses experienced by the group are merely setting the stage for its future return.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed killing U.S. soldiers in Syria’s Hasaka governorate for the second consecutive week in Naba 137 and reported in an infographic contained therein the execution of 268 operations during Ramadan 2018.
In its digital newspaper, al-Naba, the Islamic State (IS) drew from the example of Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock to warn of radicalized lone wolves, and in an "exclusive" article, claimed killing U.S. forces in Syria's Hasaka governorate.
An Islamic State (IS) fighter in the group's Nigeria-based division, West Africa Province, noted the ample availability of goods and a pleasant atmosphere in the area during Ramadan despite an enemy siege, in Naba 135.
The Islamic State (IS) identified the perpetrator of the May 29, 2018, attack in Liege, Belgium, as "Bakr al-Beljiki" and provided other information in an "exclusive" in Naba 134.
The Islamic State (IS) promoted in a Naba 133 infographic the recent operations claimed by its East Asia division in Indonesia and the Philippines, tallying casualties at “75 apostates and Christian disbelievers” killed.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed that its fighters carried out over 40 attacks across Iraq on election day in in an infographic in Naba 132.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 131 that during a month of battles in Nigeria, its West Africa Province killed 95 soldiers from the Africa Multinational Joint Task Force (MJTF) and wounded hundreds of others.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed bombing oil facility guards and ambushing Libyan soldiers in Libya's Wahat district in a Naba 130 "exclusive".
In the 129th issue of Naba, the Islamic State (IS) called for attacks against al-Qaeda (AQ)-aligned Hurras al-Deen (Guardians of the Faith) and criticized its members for their lack of repentance.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 129 that fighters on Basilan Island in the Philippines stormed the homes of "apostates" and killed them.
The Islamic State (IS) claimed its first attack on Yemeni soldiers loyal to exiled president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi in Yemen’s al-Bayda’ governorate, and also in Naba 128, highlighted the results of its recent attacks on Iraqi election candidates.
The Islamic State (IS) reported on its recent attack in Tunisia in Naba 127 and provided an "exclusive" photo of one of the fighters that participated in the clash.
The Islamic State (IS) confirmed the death of two of its fighters in a clash with Tunisian security forces in Naba 126, noting that the pair were discovered as they were heading to Libya.
The Islamic State (IS) reported in Naba 124 that its fighters on Jolo island in the Philippines' Sulu province clashed with soldiers and killed six.
The Islamic State (IS) pointed to Tunisia and laws overturned and being considered as evidence of democracy contradicting Islamic law, charging in Naba 123 that politicians use democratic means to ultimately secure personal interests.
In Naba 122, Islamic State (IS) encouraged supporters to reach out to those who have “abandoned” jihad or shown “procrastination,” assuring that “it will not be difficult to revive and clear their hearts.”
The Islamic State (IS) discussed Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) losing its positions to the Syrian Liberation Front (SLF) in Naba 121, arguing that it is due to the failure to maintain popular support, which also afflicted al-Qaeda (AQ) and led to its expulsion from its controlled-territories.