ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi on Monday made his first apperance in five years in a video released by the terrorist group. Baghadi admitted the group's defeat in the Syrian town of Baghouz, Iraq's Mosul and Libya's Sirte, pledging retaliation. "God ordered us to wage 'jihad.' He did not order us to win," he said.
The Islamic State group on Tuesday said it was behind a devastating string of suicide attacks against churches and hotels in Sri Lanka that killed more than 320 people on Easter Sunday.