The winding down of the war has brought no respite for the president’s devoted followers.
At its peak, the extremist group controlled a stretch of Syria and Iraq that was almost the size of Britain.
Syria, Iran and Russia condemned the U.S. move to recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
Expectations that Arab states would normalize relations with Syria to dilute Bashar al-Assad’s relationship with Iran are proving premature.
The Kalashnikov drone is now on sale, and it could transform warfare much as the AK-47 did in the last century.
Offensive for the village of Baghuz seeks to wipe out the final remnant of former “caliphate.”
President Trump’s announcement has outside powers scrambling to figure out how to fill a dangerous vacuum.
The territorial defeat of the Islamic State appears imminent as the group makes its last stand in a dot of dusty terrain along the banks of the Euphrates River.
Amid conflicting signals from the Trump administration over how and when U.S. troops will leave, all sides are hoping Russia will come up with a solution.
The U.S., Russia, Iran, Syria and a host of proxy forces are in a high-stakes race to seize territory.