Fighters pledging allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) have released a video purporting to show the killing of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians kidnapped in Libya.
Islamic State (IS) militants claim that a US female hostage, Kayla Jean Mueller, has been killed in a Jordanian air strike in Syria.
Making good of his vow to crush ISIS, King Abdullah II of Jordan directed airstrikes at various ISIS strongholds in Syria and Iraq.
Jordan destroys various ISIS installations in Syria and Iraq, in an “earth-shaking” response to prisoner burning
Jordanian Air force claims destruction of at least 19 targets, as US says Iraqi troops are set to start major ground offensive against ISIS jihadists.
As demanded by relatives and pretty much every Jordanian, King Abdullah II wasted no time in putting their ISIS prisoners instantly at the gallows.
ISIS terrorists execute captured Jordanian pilot Lt. Muath al-Kaseasbeh not by beheading, but by burning him alive in a cage.
A feminist twitter account trying to sound like a voice of reason (or goddess, as we’ve been told) got the greatest burn of their life by being told. Literally.
From the infamous Barangay in Cavite that made themselves famous for banning DotA in their jurisdictions, now they’ve added to the list of games that will be forbidden in that area; PointBlank and CrossFire are now banned as well.
In what could be the year’s silliest ordinances passed, the town of Salawag, in Dasmariñas, Cavite, has passed an ordinance banning DotA across internet cafe jurisdictions.