Free Press Journal
  • 20 ISIS, Taliban militants killed in Afghanistan

    Kabul: At least 20 militants belonging to the Taliban insurgent group and the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group were killed in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan. According to the Khaama Press, the 201st Silab Corps in the East said the militants were killed during the operations in three different districts in the past 24 hours.

  • ISIS car bomb attack kills 20, injures 30 in Syria

    Deir Ezzor : At least 20 displaced people were killed and 30 others were injured in a car bomb attack carried out by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) on Friday in eastern Syria’s Deir Ezzor province. A car bomb was detonated by ISIS terrorists in the area between al-Jafra and al-Koniko in Deir Ezzor’s northern countryside, claiming the lives of 20 civilians at least and injuring around 30 others, many

  • 25-year old, forcefully married, files petition to nullify it

    Kochi: A 25-year old girl has filed a petition in the Kerala High Court to nullify her marriage, claiming that she was forcefully converted to Islam, fraudly married and an attempt was made to make her a sex slave.

  • Woman from India among 3 Singaporeans held for supporting ISIS

    Singapore: A woman originally from India was among three Singaporeans arrested under the Internal Security Act (ISA) for supporting the Islamic State and terrorism- related activities, authorities said today.

  • “Salman Khan is the ROCKY and RAMBO of Bollywood”, says Ali Abbas Zafar

    The promo of Tiger Zinda Hai is getting an insane response. Writer Director Ali Abbas Zafar in a worldwide exclusive with Bollywood Hungama‘s Faridoon Shahryar opens up in detail about his film that has displayed an international class. Ali speaks about Salman Khan‘s star power, the hard working Katrina Kaif, the exotic locations that blazed with heat, the music of the film and how he convinced Girish Karnad sahab to act

  • Suspected ISIS operative held at Mumbai airport

    Mumbai: A suspected ISIS operative was arrested on Saturday at the Mumbai airport. Abu Zaid, a native of Azamgarh, allegedly ran a social media group to allegedly radicalise young people in India and lure them to the extremist outfit. “Abu Zaid, a suspected ISIS terrorist, was arrested by the ATS team from Mumbai Airport after he arrived from Saudi Arabia,” senior UP police officer Anand Kumar told reporters in Lucknow.

  • Manhattan attack: ISIS claims responsibility for truck attack

    New York: The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the truck attack in New York City that killed eight. The terror group’s weekly issue of Al-Naba newspaper on Thursday declared that “the attacker is one of the caliphate soldiers.”

  • Manhattan terror suspect should get death penalty: Donald Trump

    Washington: United States President Donald Trump expressed his outrage over the recent terror attack in New York, and demanded a death penalty for the suspect. “NYC terrorist was happy as he asked to hang ISIS flag in his hospital room. He killed 8 people, badly injured 12. SHOULD GET DEATH PENALTY!” Trump wrote on Twitter.

  • Manhattan Attack: Suspect left note pledging his allegiance to ISIS

    New York: The 29-year-old terror suspect, Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, who deliberately drove into bicyclists and pedestrians on a bike path in Lower Manhattan on Tuesday, killing at least eight people and injuring many, left a note behind in the rental truck, pledging his allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syriac (ISIS).

  • Mumbai: RDX seized from Palghar meant for Gujarat elections, claims ISIS suspect

    Mumbai: One of the ISIS suspects, arrested by the Gujarat Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) recently, has made a startling revelation during interrogation. H has claimed that the 12-kg RDX and other explosive substances seized last year from an abandoned hut in Palghar district was to used in the ensuing assembly polls in the neighbouring state of Gujarat.

  • Congress ridicules Guj CM for insinuation

    New Delhi  : The Congress on Saturday slammed Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani for making an insinuation against its president’s political secretary Ahmed Patel by linking him with an ex-employee of a hospital in his home district Bharuch arrested on the charge of working for terror outfit ISIS.

  • ‘Jihadi Jack’ charged with being ISIS member

    London: A 21-year-old British Muslim convert dubbed ‘Jihadi Jack’ has been charged with being a member of the ISIS terrorist network, media reports said today.

  • Kalyan resident, suspected to be part of IS, killed in Syria war

    Fahad Shaikh, a Kalyan resident who had joined Islamic State (IS), is now suspected to be killed in the Syria war. Shaikh had spoken to his family members more than six times since May 2014, after he left with three other youth from Kalyan, on the pretext of visiting shrines in Baghdad and instead were part of a larger conspiracy.

  • Kerala Police arrest two more ‘IS recruiters’

    Kannur: The Kerala Police here on Thursday arrested two Muslim youths who are alleged to be the local recruiters for the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

  • Kerala: Three men with suspected ISIS links arrested in Kannur

    Kannur (Ker): Three men with suspected links with the Islamic State terrorist group were arrested in the district today, police said. The trio, who had left the state years ago, were  suspected to have visited Syria and reportedly received training from the terror outfit, they said.

  • Kin of 39 Indians missing in Iraq to undergo DNA test

    Amritsar : Families of all 39 Indians who went missing in Iraq three years ago have been asked to undergo DNA tests for unspecified reasons. “All of us have been asked to undergo DNA test; don’t know why. We are very nervous,” Gurpinder, the sister of Manjinder, who is one among the 39, told ANI. In 2014, 39 Indian labourers, mostly from Punjab, were reportedly taken hostage by ISIS when it overran

  • Force hails ‘historic’ Raqa victory but handover on hold

    Raqa (Syria): The Kurdish-led force that expelled the Islamic State group from Raqa hailed a “historic victory” on Friday in the devastated city’s stadium and vowed to hand over power to a civilian administration.

  • US forces capture northern Syrian city of Raqqa from ISIS

    Beirut: US-backed coalition forces have seized the northern Syrian city of Raqqa from the Islamic State, a major blow to the militant group, which had long used it as the de facto capital of its self-declared caliphate, reports the New York Times.