In a newly released computer game by the Polish Destructive Creations, players have to defend continental Europe from an Islamic State invasion in the year 2020.
In a new video purportedly released by the Islamic State, Hicham Chaib, aka Abu Haniefa, rants about last week’s attacks in Brussels, Belgium and then executes a “spy.”
Lauren Mann, a 25-year-old nanny from Colorado, was found dead in Vienna, Austria.
A day after the Islamic State purportedly released a new video allegedly showing the Paris attackers training for the November 13 attacks, Europol says they are planning more attacks in Europe.
16-year-old Bibi Wilhailm uploaded a 20-minute video to Facebook discussing her experiences of sexual harassment by alleged Arab and Muslim migrants. She claims it was pulled.
A new map purportedly released by the Islamic State shows Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, drawn to show lands the terror group plans dominate within five years.
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “If You Want To Save Your Life, You Either Convert to Islam or Pay the Jizyah” threatens the United States and its allies.
The Islamic State has purportedly been releasing massive amounts of propaganda videos directed at Paris after the November 13 terrorist attacks. See them all here.
Pictures of four alleged Islamic State terrorists connected with the attacks in France include: Salah Abdeslam, Fabien Clain, and Jean-Michel Clain.
A new video purportedly released by the Islamic State promises an attack on the American capital similar to the carnage in Paris.
A refugee from Syria currently residing at a migrant camp in Germany said during an interview that his testicles were too big and that he needed to have sex.
Two new videos purportedly released by the Islamic State take advantage of the European immigrant crisis. They are the third and fourth released by ISIS.
2 new videos purportedly released by the Islamic State warn refugees fleeing from Syria about the “crusaders” and what they have in store for them in Europe.
A video purportedly showing a train full of Germany-bound, Syrian refugees shouting perceivably pro-Islamic State chants has caused concern for many Europeans.
Petra Lazlo, a Hungarian camerawoman for N1TV and member of the anti-immigration Movement for a Better Hungary, was caught on camera tripping migrant Syrians.