This report is also available in French. Over the past seven months, armed groups across Western Niger have executed a series of IED attacks – a first in the area’s ongoing insurgency. The increasing use of IEDs by the Islamic
ACLED Research Analyst Melissa Pavlik maps the ongoing expansion of the Islamic State in 2019 as the militant group’s global footprint continues to grow. Find more about Islamic State activity around the world here and here. © 2019 Armed Conflict
The first anniversary of Iraq’s ‘victory’ over the Islamic State (IS) was celebrated on 10 December 2018. However, the events of the civil war continue to influence modern conflict in Iraq to a significant degree. Stalled rebuilding efforts, the continued
ACLED Research Analyst Melissa Pavlik tracks Islamic State activity outside of its former “caliphate” in Iraq and Syria, evaluating the militant group’s continued potential for global disruption.* ________ *Correction: This infographic previously included activity where the specific faction of Boko
In this infographic, ACLED Researcher Nick Grinstead examines Iraqi involvement in the campaign against the Islamic State (IS) in northeast Syria. © 2019 Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED). All rights reserved.
ACLED Syria Research Manager Muaz A. and Assistant Syria Research Manager Stephanie Anderson look at a pattern of Syrian regime tactics that consistently beat back Islamic State (IS) forces, but fail to deal them a fatal blow.
Iraq declared victory over the Islamic State (IS) in December 2017, but the militant insurgency is not entirely defeated. In this infographic, ACLED Middle East Research Manager Tom Hart examines the continued threat posed by IS in Iraq.
In this infographic, ACLED Syria Researcher Nick Grinstead examines the role and impact of global coalition forces in combatting Islamic State.
This infographic, by ACLED Research Analyst Melissa Pavlik, offers an examination of IS’s behavior within and outside its core areas of operation.
As pressure from UAE-backed troops and US airstrikes has increased over the past two years, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) fighters have found themselves engaged on multiple fronts, weakening their ability to control and manage territory. While AQAP