ISIS has not yet claimed the Friday massacre, which has been denounced by all other extremist groups in Egypt and even its own supporters.
A new study seeks to define the challenges countries are facing as a result of the mass flight of foreign fighters from Iraq and Syria.
The defendants are accused of belonging to ISIS's affiliate in Sinai and orchestrating devastating terror attacks in 2014 and 2015.
The attack on a North Sinai mosque, which killed 305 people, will not go unpunished, Egyptian authorities vowed.
The group, which has been conducting terror attacks against security forces and civilians, is a 'living nightmare' for the city's residents.
Two policemen and one civilian were killed in four separate attacks in the peninsula that show that members of extremist groups in Egypt 'are losing their mind', experts say.
The international coalition's Stability Support Group met in Amman on Monday to explore efforts to consolidate security in areas liberated from ISIS.
Senior al-Qaeda leaders' apparent ability to function under Iranian protection supports claims that Tehran and bin Laden had a working relationship.
A new report concludes that a strong Yemeni state is the key to preventing al-Qaeda from regrouping along the Saudi border.
Terror elements stormed security facilities in Yemen's de facto capital, killing personnel and taking others hostage before Yemeni forces ended the crisis on Monday.