A new report says the IRGC conducted a 45-day military training course for Houthi fighters in Syria, then sent them back to Yemen with Iran-aligned mercenaries of other nationalities.
The government-led campaign is continuing to target all terrorist groups that operate in Yemen, with the support of the Yemeni people.
Yemeni forces say they will crack down on al-Qaeda and their sympathisers following an attack on an Abyan province checkpoint that killed 21 soldiers.
A group of engineers have created virtual reality images of Mosul's historic sites that were destroyed by ISIS to revive memories of the city's heritage.
The expanded presence of Lebanese Hizbullah and the Fatemiyoun militia in Syria poses questions about Iran's motives for equipping and training its affiliated militias.
IRGC member Shahram Poursafi, who plotted the assassinations of US officials, has been deemed a bungler since he failed to implement even the most basic rules of spycraft.
The bodies of men, women and children were found handcuffed and blindfolded near a hotel where ISIS interrogated and tortured prisoners.
AQAP's concerns are increasingly parochial, analysts say -- a reality that is reflected in its loss of status within al-Qaeda's global franchise.
Countries must bear their share of the burden by bringing home their citizens from the camp in al-Hasakeh province, northeastern Syria.
Leadership of al-Qaeda's global franchise is the lingering question after the group's leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, was killed in a US strike in Kabul.