US-Backed Syrian Fighters Search Tunnels in Last ISIS Pocket
U.S.-backed Syrian fighters are searching tunnels a day after seizing most of the last pocket held by ISIS militants.
US-Backed Forces Admit to 'Difficulties' Beating ISIS in Syria
The battle to capture the extremist group's last patch of territory in eastern Syria has dragged on for weeks.
US-Backed Syrian Forces Push on as ISIS Militants Fight Back
U.S.-backed Syrian forces said Wednesday that ISIS militants are putting up a desperate fight against their advances.
Islamic State Group Calls on Followers to Avenge Syria Siege
The messaging came in an audio recording and video released online by militants said to be inside the village of Baghouz.
US-Backed Syrian Fighters Resume Attack on Islamic State
The operation was launched around 6 p.m. after a deadline for ISIS gunmen to surrender expired, tweeted Mustafa Bali.
From Syria, ISIS Slips into Iraq to Fight Another Day
Hundreds — likely more than 1,000 — ISIS fighters have crossed the open, desert border in the past six months.
US Official Says Withdrawal from Syria Has Started
A U.S. military official said the process of withdrawal has begun, declining to comment on specific timetables or movements.
Iraqi Lawmakers Demand US Withdrawal After Trump Visit
Iraqi politicians and militia leaders are speaking out against the continued presence of U.S. forces in Iraqi soil.
Israel Shoots Down Syrian Jet; Syrian Forces Reach Golan
The Israeli military said it monitored the Syrian Sukhoi fighter jet and shot it down with a pair of Patriot missiles.
US, Turkey Deal to See Kurdish Militia Leave Key Syria Town
A Syrian Kurdish militia announced Tuesday it was pulling out of the key northern Syrian town of Manbij.
Syrian Rebels Begin Evacuating Last Stronghold Near Damascus
Residents trapped inside Douma expressed fear that further foot-dragging could provoke another major government offensive.
Reports: Syrian Troops Split Rebel-Held Enclave near Capital
Government forces effectively divided the enclave in two, further squeezing rebels civilians trapped inside.
Syria: ISIS Militants Defeated in Last Major Stronghold
Pro-government forces defeated the Islamic State group in its last major stronghold in Syria.
A Look at How the Syrian Conflict Has Changed the World
The rise of ISIS and a resurgent Russia are two effects of the fighting in Syria.
Syrian Government Denies US Allegations of Mass Killings
The Syrian government on Tuesday "categorically" denied U.S. accusations of mass killings at a prison near Damascus.
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