A recent attack in Chechnya's capital city of Grozny by militants has once again turned the spotlight on a country with a long history of violence. Trace details the growing threat posed by militant Islamists in the country.
The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee has just released its findings on interrogation techniques used on terror suspects. Trace reviews the report's findings.
ISIS may be getting the lion's share of the headlines, but the world is filled with terrorist organizations large and small. Tara explains which among them has provided either public nods or more tangible help to ISIS.
Considered illegal by the international community, chemical weapons nonetheless exist and have even been used, in some cases. Regulating and policing their proliferation can prove difficult, as Trace explains.
What's causing hundreds of women to join ISIS, a group that holds abominable views about females? Tara examines some of the reasons women join the terrorist group.
An all-female army from Syria is fighting the Islamic State -- and succeeding! It's killed more than 100 ISIS members and continues to be one of the few volunteer militias on the frontlines of the conflict. Who are these brave women?
With the two countries' long history of distrust of and outright aggression toward each other, can the United States and Iran ever ever work together, perhaps against ISIS?
Along with the physical battle against ISIS in the Middle East is a non-stop back and forth online on sites like Twitter, where hearts and minds hang in the balance.
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