Another 200 children were released by armed groups in South Sudan this week, bringing the total of such releases to 806 this year. They freed fighters came primarily from the SPLA-IO opposition group, with eight of them associated with the National Salvation Front (NSF). “Every a time a child is released and able to return … Continue reading 200 child soldiers freed in South Sudan
Syrian activists say a total of 116 people were killed in the central Syrian town of Al-Qaryatayn while Islamic State (IS) militants were in control. Speaking to newsmen on the recorded deaths, Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, said on October 23: "IS has over a period of 20 days … Continue reading Islamic State killed 116 people in a Syrian town
Not less than 18 Egyptian policemen were killed and three reportedly wounded last Monday during an ISIS attack on a security convoy in the Sinai Peninsula, which is gripped by an insurgency. Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement posted by its news agency Amaq. Security and medical sources said the … Continue reading Death Toll from attack on Egyptian Police rises to 18
An Aleppo woman who survived captivity during the terrorists' leadership has told a heartbreaking story of the evils done by ISIS. The traumatized woman spoke in Arabic with Russia's state-owned news outlet Sputnik, saying her life was made a living hell. The unnamed survivor had her partially burnt face covered with a handkerchief while she testified … Continue reading Woman survives ISIS terror in Aleppo but has this horrific tale to tell
The Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq are allegedly earning a huge amount of money from selling stolen antiquities. The terror group is said to be netting about $200 million per year from the illegal trade according to information from Russia's ambassador to the United Nations as reported by Business Insider. "Around 100,000 cultural … Continue reading ISIS Has A Huge Capital Base For Global Terrorism.