U.S. train security procedures are called into question after al-Qaeda threatens a terrorist attack against the rail networks
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As the Trump administration tightens immigration laws, some U.S. citizens flee for Canada to avoid separation from their families
A cyber attack could trigger NATO's Article 5 mutual defense clause if it causes mass casualties or takes down critical infrastructure, experts told...
The US-led Coalition allowed the Syrian militia that opted out from the fight against Islamic State to keep some small arms and vehicles
The SDF and the Syrian regime have agreed to deconflict counter-ISIS operations in the area around Raqqa and Deir ez-Zor, a US-led Coalition spokesperson...
More than 120,000 children have returned to Mosul, where they face not only the city's destruction, but landmines left behind by ISIS
A Canadian CC-130J Hercules military transport aircraft conducted its first sortie on Wednesday, June 12 as a part of the country’s contribution to the US...
Fearing the consequences of cyber warfare, NATO and its member states will apply the rules of conventional military engagement to the cyber domain
German warplanes could be out of the Coalition's ISIS fight for weeks after Berlin pulls troops from Turkey's Incirlik air base amid a row with Ankara
The fight to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State is in its final stretch. Col. Ryan Dillon, the spokesperson for the US-led coalition, said...
Younger children are increasingly seen taking active roles in the Iraq and Syria wars as the use of child soldiers increases
The German military may strengthen vetting of recruits after the discovery of a far-right plot by army officers to frame Syrian refugees for an attack.
One US special operations service member was killed in a operation against Al Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab in Somalia, the US military's Africa Command said
Afghanistan set a number of records last year. Unfortunately, they had nothing to do with peace. The latest Special Inspector General for Afghanistan...
YPG spokesperson told Grasswire that the US-led coalition must "give real guarantees" and that it "cannot be silent" on Turkish airstrikes
Grasswire spoke to three experts about the consequences of the constitutional referendum, the campaign and the future of Turkey's place in the EU and NATO.
CENTCOM said Abdul Rahman al-Uzbeki facilitated the New Year’s Eve attack in Turkey and was killed near Mayadin in Syria on April 6.
Taliban fighters attacked a military base in Afghanistan’s Balkh province, killing dozens of soldiers in a mosque and a dining facility.
The US State Department approved a $295.6 million arms sale for two Kurdish Peshmerga infantry brigades and two support artillery battalions in Iraq
Boko Haram is growing more desperate. Losing on the battlefield, the militant group seeks to turn abducted children into weapons to spread fear