The Kurdish forces said they had captured 125 suspected ISIS members inside al-Hol camp since the launch of a major security sweep on March 28.
Salim Jamil Ayyash, a senior operative in Hizbullah's Unit 121 assassinations squad, is facing five life sentences for his role in former Prime Minister Rafiq al-Hariri's killing.
Hizbullah is sharing control of the drug manufacturing operation with units of the 4th Division, which is led by the Syrian president's brother, Maher al-Assad.
At least 31 murders have been reported in the camp this year, and burning people alive in tents has become a new favorite tactic of ISIS operatives, most of whom are women.
The attack comes amid an uptick in cross-border attacks on 'civilians and civilian objects' in Saudi Arabia, Arab coalition spokesman says.
A string of incidents has raised alarm about a possible resurgence of the group, but experts say Lebanese forces have largely demonstrated they are equipped to handle it.
Iran's IRGC has transferred expertise to the Houthis, including technology for drones the group has used to carry out cross-border attacks.
Khalid bin Umar al-Batarfi, who led al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula for just under a year, was arrested in al-Mahrah province in October, a new report reveals.
Iraqi forces, backed by the international coalition, killed ISIS's Iraq 'wali' and 10 other members in a partnered operation.
Hardline women are forcing teenage boys to take wives so they can have children, raise them on ISIS ideology and send them off to restore the group's so-called caliphate.