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Global attacks (sans Iraq and Syria) in 11 countries, with suicide operations in two countries, and persistent attacks in West Africa.
Global attacks (sans Iraq and Syria) in 12 countries, with activity across West and Central Africa marking the most important trend. ...
Global attacks (sans Iraq and Syria) in seven countries, including high-casualty instances in Afghanistan, Libya, and Nigeria.
Arson attacks targeting agricultural and economic interests in Iraq and Syria. IS’ Hind Province claims attack in Kashmir – related media follows. ...
With Ramadan taking place across May and into June, Shabaab reported at a significant uptick in both military activity and media output. ...
Launch of “Battle for Attrition” across 11 countries. Suicide operations claimed in five countries. IS claims its first attack in Mozambique.
Escalation of activity in West Africa, including litany of operations in Nigeria and Cameroon. Continued presence in Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Continued escalation of activity across Africa. Increase in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In total, operations across eight countries, not including Syria and Iraq. Suicide operations in Syria amid recent uptick.
Following first attack in 2019, announcement of “Hind Province” in Kashmir. Notable attacks in DRC, Libya, and Somalia.
AQC, increasing its media output, continued to present a more tempered take on jihad.
Notable attacks in Russia and Niger. Photos from raid in Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). In total, operations claimed across 10 countries, not including Syria and Iraq.
Analysis of IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s first appearance in five years.
Analysis of IS’ claim of responsibility for Easter Day Sri Lanka bombings, and subsequent IS-linked media celebration campaign calling for further operations.
SITE’s latest inSITE on Technology and Terrorism report focuses on the messenger applications increasingly used by groups like the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) and al-Qaeda.
Analysis of massive global military campaign, with both official and linked media pertaining to the events. Atypical suicide operations in Egypt, Niger, Nigeria, and Pakistan. First individual claim in Mali.
Following the loss of its territorial Caliphate, IS responds with massive global military campaign: Atypical attacks in Libya, Egypt, Niger, and Syria. Attack frequency nearly doubles in Iraq and Syria. IS claims only second attack all-time in Cameroon. IS-linked media group calls for potential lone wolves around the world to attack churches and demonstrations. A preview of the table of contents follows:  Click below to download the
Analysis of AQC and global branch response to the mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Shabaab and JNIM remained the most potent military AQ branches, both tallying heavy casualties against high-profile targets in their respective regions. Tensions between AQAP and IS continued to increase in Bayda, Yemen. A preview of this report’s table of contents follows: Click below to download the report.   pdf
West Africa Province becoming IS’ most prominent global outfit, with persistent attacks and a widening of operational scope into the Sahel.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in seven countries, with notable operations in Afghanistan, Yemen, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso. Details of military activity in native lands, including IS’ loss of final enclave in Syria – Baghuz Fawqani. Decline in operations in Iraq during month of March.
Group spokesman Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir gave his first speech in nearly six months. IS central and group supporters widely condemned the mass shootings of two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in five countries, with notable attacks (including suicide operations) in Afghanistan, Niger, the Philippines, and Pakistan. Details of military activity in native lands, including a suicide operation targeting U.S. forces in Syria, and an atypical attack in Babil, Iraq.
Analysis of continued increase in operational magnitude from Shabaab and JNIM, including multiple high-profile suicide operations. AQ groups condemn the historic papal mass in UAE, calling for expulsion of Gulf leadership, and for Muslims to join jihad.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in four countries, with notable attacks in Tunisia and Nigeria. Details of military activity in native lands, including surprising silence from Baghuz Fawqani, Syria, but an insurgent increase via suicide operation in Raqqah.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in five countries, with notable attacks in Nigeria and Somalia. Details of military activity in native lands, including a continued standstill surrounding Baghuz Fawqani, Syria due to civilian presence. In Iraq, a continuation of small-scale attacks in rural areas.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in six countries, with notable attacks in Nigeria and Egypt. 
Details of military activity in native lands, including a significant uptick in attack magnitude (multiple suicide operations) in Deir al-Zour, Syria.
Analysis of major uptick in operational magnitude from Shabaab and JNIM, with significant, high-casualty attacks – some of which were in direct response to Israeli foreign policy and resulted in Westerners killed.
Operations outside of Iraq and Syria in seven countries, with notable occurrences in Egypt, the Philippines, Russia, Nigeria, and Afghanistan. A review of persistent calls for attacks in the West, including suggestions to attack targets in the UAE.
Analysis of IS claim and reactions regarding dual suicide operation on Christian cathedral in the Philippines. Atypical attacks in three additional countries. Continuation of escalation in Nigeria.
Arrests and executions of more than a dozen IS members in Aleppo and Idlib. HTS alleges IS’ use of female suicide bomber in Idlib.
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