Abroad in America: Behind a Facade of G.O.P. Unity, Frayed Edges Painfully Exposed

The storied party of Abraham Lincoln is now headed by a candidate who has divided the country, and the Republicans, like none other in decades.


Obama’s Support of Erdogan Is a Stark Reminder of Turkey’s Value to U.S.

The Turkish leader may be a bitter disappointment to Mr. Obama, but he is still better than other options in the chaotic landscape of the Middle East.


Afghan Teenager Spoke of Friend’s Death Before Ax Attack in Germany

German investigators found evidence that may link the young man to the Islamic State, but denied a firm connection with the group despite it claiming responsibility.


A Third of Nice Truck Attack’s Dead Were Muslim, Group Says

The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the rampage, but it took a heavy toll on Muslims, who numbered at least 30 of the 84 killed.


ISIS Claims Responsibility for Ax Attack on German Train

The announcement came after investigators said they found a hand-drawn Islamic State flag in the assailant’s room, though a firm connection has not been established.


Drawing of ISIS Flag Found in Room of Ax Attacker in Germany

The authorities are trying to determine to what motivated the 17-year-old Afghan and whether he had direct contact with Islamic State operatives.


Moment of Silence Turns Into Outcry Against Government After Nice Attack

Anger in connection with the Nice attack is a product of accumulated frustration with the French government’s response to terrorism.


Attacker in Nice, France, Looked for Articles on Orlando and Dallas Attacks

France’s top counterterrorism prosecutor provided new details on Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, who killed 84 people at a Bastille Day celebration on Thursday.


In the Age of ISIS, Who’s a Terrorist, and Who’s Simply Deranged?

Instances of wanton violence have been swiftly judged to be the work of terrorists, even when there is little evidence of direct ties to terrorist groups.


Turkey Allows Resumption of U.S. Missions From Incirlik Air Base

The missions by American warplanes flown from Turkey against Islamic State targets were shut down in the hours after the failed coup in the nation.


ISIS Claims Truck Attacker in France Was Its ‘Soldier’

Officials said the attacker, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, may have “radicalized himself very quickly.” Four of his acquaintances have been detained.


Turkey Interrupts U.S. Air Missions Against ISIS at Major Base

A Pentagon spokesman said United States officials were “working with the Turks to resume air operations there as soon as possible.”


France Blames ISIS for Inspiring Terrorist Attack in Nice

Officials said the attacker, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, may have “radicalized himself very quickly.” Four of his acquaintances have been detained.


France Blames ISIS for Terrorist Attack in Nice

Officials said the attacker, Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, may have “radicalized himself very quickly.” Four of his acquaintances have been detained.


ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack in Nice, France

The attack on a seaside promenade killed 84 people and 202 others; four acquaintances of the attacker have been detained.


The Interpreter: Attack in Nice, France, Represents Terrorism’s New Reality

Populations targeted by terrorists confront a danger that can be managed or policed but perhaps never entirely overcome.


John Kerry Meets Vladimir Putin to Discuss New Syria Plan

The proposed agreement would create a joint Russia-U.S. command center to share intelligence and targeting information for “integrated operations.”


Administration Rebuts Soldier’s Suit That Calls ISIS Fight Illegal

While Mr. Obama has not received explicit authorization for the war, a legal brief said Congress’s funding for military action had conferred that authority.


South Africa Charges Twins Over Plot to Attack U.S. Embassy and Join ISIS

The brothers planned to attack the mission in Pretoria, as well as an unidentified “Jewish building” in the country, officials said.


South Africa Charges 4 Suspected of Plotting to Aid ISIS

The four — three men and one woman — included two brothers who tried to fly to Syria over the weekend, the authorities said.


Bombing at Bangladesh’s Largest Eid Gathering Kills at Least 3

The Islamic State had warned that more violence would follow the militant’s bloody siege in Dhaka, the capital, last week.


Bombing at Bangladesh’s Largest Eid Gathering Kills at Least One

The Islamic State had warned that more violence would follow the militant’s bloody siege in Dhaka last week.


Saudi Arabia, Blamed for Spawning Jihadists, Is Again Their Target

After clamping down on Al Qaeda, the Saudi kingdom is again facing terrorism at home, including attacks on Monday and two dozen by ISIS in the past two years.


Iraqis Demand Answers After Bombing

Residents of Baghdad are demanding answers from the government after more than 250 people were killed in a suicide attack on Sunday.


Muslims Stung by Indifference to Their Losses in Terror Attacks

In recent days, jihadists have killed more than 300 people in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and many Westerners have responded with relative indifference.


After Attacks on Muslims, Many Ask: Where Is the Outpouring?

In recent days, jihadists have killed more than 300 people in Turkey, Bangladesh, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, and many Westerners have responded with relative indifference.


Belgian Court Jails Islamic State Cell Leaders for Foiled Plot

The plot’s chief architect in the thwarted Belgian plot was also the on-the-ground coordinator in the Paris attacks in November.


As ISIS Loses Land, It Gains Ground in Overseas Terror

The Islamic State, the only terrorist group to actually create a state with borders, is becoming a larger, more sophisticated version of its stateless rival, Al Qaeda.


Bombing Kills More Than 80 in Baghdad

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack in a middle-class neighborhood, the deadliest this year in the capital.


Turkey, a Conduit for Fighters Joining ISIS, Begins to Feel Its Wrath

For years, Turkey served as a rear base, transit hub and shopping bazaar for the Islamic State, but now, officials say Tuesday’s attack bore ISIS hallmarks.


Attacks in ISIS’ Name Expose a Struggle to Spot Future Terrorists

The authorities are trying to reckon with attackers whose names had surfaced in terrorism investigations but who had crossed no legal boundary.