Middle East In northern Iraq, Islamic State switching to terror tactics

Terror attacks in the Kurdish city of Erbil and the city of Kirkuk over the weekend show that the so-called Islamic State has the ability to strike in areas it doesn't hold.

By , Correspondent

A string of attacks on the northern Iraqi cities of Erbil and Kirkuk over the weekend took Kurdish security forces by surprise, raising concerns that the self-styled Islamic State (IS) has sleeper cells in cities outside of its control.