List of wars: 2003–present

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War is a state of opened and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations.[1] For other conflicts, see rebellions, coups and separate battles.

This is a list of wars that began from 2003 onwards. Other wars can be found in the historical lists of wars and the list of wars extended by diplomatic irregularity.

Start Finished Name of conflict Belligerents
Victorious party (if applicable) Defeated party (if applicable)
2003 Ongoing War in Darfur

 Sudan

Janjaweed
Supported by:
 China
 Iran (until 2016)
 Russia
 Belarus


United Nations UNAMID (from 2007)

SRF

SARC (from 2014)
SLFA (from 2017)

  • SLA-Unity
  • SLMJ
  • JEM (Jali)

Supported by:
 South Sudan
 Chad (2005–2010)
 Eritrea (until 2008)
Libya (until 2011)
 Uganda (until 2015)

2003 2011 Iraq War

Invasion phase (2003)
 United States
 United Kingdom
 Australia
 Poland
Peshmerga
Supported by:
 Canada
 Netherlands
 Italy
Post-invasion (2003–11)
 United States
 United Kingdom


New Iraqi government

Supported by:
Iran Iran
 Iraqi Kurdistan

Invasion phase (2003)
 Iraq
Post-invasion (2003–11)
Ba'ath loyalists


Sunni insurgents


Shia insurgents

Supported by:
 Iran

2003 2006 Iraqi insurgency (2003–06)

Part of the Iraq War

 United States
 United Kingdom


New Iraqi government

Supported by:
Iran Iran
 Iraqi Kurdistan

Ba'ath loyalists


Sunni insurgents


Shia insurgents

Supported by:
 Iran

2004 Ongoing War in North-West Pakistan

 Pakistan


 United States

 United Kingdom

Taliban-aligned groups

ISIL-aligned groups

2004 2005 Kondovo Crisis Macedonian Police NLA
2004 2007 Central African Republic Bush War

 Central African Republic
 Chad
MINURCAT
MICOPAX (CEEAC)

Rebels:
Union of Democratic Forces for Unity (UFDR)
People's Army for the Restoration of Democracy (APRD)
Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP)
Movement of Central African Liberators for Justice (MLCJ)
Patriotic Convention for Saving the Country (CPSK)
Democratic Front of the Central African People (FDPC)
FDC
GALPC
FPR

2004 2015 Iran–PJAK conflict

Kurdish separatism in Iran

 Iran
Supported by:
 Turkey

Kurdistan Free Life Party (PJAK)

  • Eastern Kurdistan Units (YRK)
  • Women's Defence Forces (HPJ)

Supported by:
 Israel
 United States

2004 Ongoing Conflict in the Niger Delta

Nigerian government

Supported by:
 Belarus
 Israel

Niger Delta Avengers (2016–present)
Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate (2016–present)
Joint Niger Delta Liberation Force (2016–present)
Niger Delta Red Squad (2016–present)
Adaka Boro Avengers (2016–present)
Asawana Deadly Force of Niger Delta (2016–present)
Niger Delta Revolutionary Crusaders (2016–present)
New Delta Avengers (2017–present)
Niger Delta Marine Force (2017–present)
Reformed Egbesu Fraternities


Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (2004–2014)
Niger Delta People's Volunteer Force (2003–2009)
Niger Delta Liberation Front (2005–2014)
Joint Revolutionary Council (2004–2014)


Niger Delta Vigilante (2004–2009)


Supported by:
Biafra IPOB elements

2004 2015 Houthi insurgency in Yemen

Ansar Allah
 Yemen (pro-Saleh forces)
Alleged support by:
 Iran
 North Korea

 Yemen

  • Security Forces
  • Sunni tribes
  • Al-Islah militias

 Saudi Arabia
Supported by:
 Belarus
 Jordan
 Morocco
 Sudan
 United States


Ansar al-Sharia

2004 Ongoing Kivu conflict

 DR Congo

Democratic Republic of the Congo Pro-government Mai-Mai militias
FDLR (2006–2014)
APCLS (2012–2013)
Nyatura (2012–2014)
United Nations MONUSCO
 Angola
 Zimbabwe
 Botswana (Against FNL and FNL-Nzabampema only)
Supported by:
 Belgium
 France
 Belarus

M27
CNDP (2006–2009)
Democratic Republic of the Congo M23 (2012–2013)
Allegedly supported by:
 Rwanda


FDLR (2014–present)
RUD-Urunana (2006–present)
Nyatura (2014–present)
FNL-Nzabampema (2013–present)
FNL/Palipehutu (1993–2009 and 2010–2013)
FPB (2015-present)
RED-Tabara (2015-present)


APCLS (2013–2016)
Nduma Defense of Congo (2008–present)
Mai Mai Yakutumba (2009–present)
CNPSC (2017–present)
Other Anti-government Mai Mai militas (1996–present)
Raia Mutomboki (2005–present)


ADF
 Islamic State (Central Africa Province)

2004 Ongoing Sistan and Baluchestan insurgency

Part of the Balochistan conflict

 Iran

Jundallah (2004–11)
Harakat Ansar (2012–13)
Jaish ul-Adl (2013–Present)
Ansar Al-Furqan (2013–Present)
Alleged support:
 Israel
 United States
 United Kingdom
 Saudi Arabia

2005 Ongoing Paraguayan People's Army insurgency

 Paraguay

Supported by:
 United States
 Colombia


Vigilante self-defense groups

Paraguayan People's Army (EPP)
Armed Peasant Association (ACA)
Paraguay Army of Marshal López (EML) (from 2016)
Supported by:
FARC (until 2016)
Manuel Rodríguez Patriotic Front (alleged)

2005 2010 Chadian Civil War (2005–10)

 Chad
 France
Sudan NMRD
JEM
Supported by:
 Ukraine

Rebels:
FUC
UFDD
RFD
CNT
CDR
UFDP
RDL
UFDD-F
CNR
URF
MDJT
UFCD
FSR
UFR
UMC
FPRN
UDC
MPRD
Sudan Janjaweed
Alleged support:
 Sudan (until 2010)

2005 2008 Mount Elgon insurgency  Kenya Sabaot Land Defence Force
2006 Ongoing Fatah–Hamas conflict Hamas Fatah

Supported by:
 United States (allegedly)
 United Kingdom (covert)

2006 2009/2013 Bakassi conflict  Cameroon BAMOSD

BFF
MEND
SCAPO
LSCP
BSDF

2006 2006 2006 Lebanon War

 Israel
Supported by:
 United States

Hezbollah
Amal
LCP
PFLP-GC
Supported by:
 Iran
 Syria
 Lebanon

2006 2007 Sectarian violence in Iraq (2006–07)

Part of the Iraq War

Public stability:
Iraq Iraqi security forces
United States United States
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Other coalition forces
Private Security Contractors
Kurdistan Region Peshmerga
Sons of Iraq

Sunni factions:
Iraqi Ba'ath Party Loyalists

Ansar al-Sunna
Islamic Army of Iraq
Sunni tribes
Other Sunni insurgents and militia


Mujahideen Shura Council

Islamic State of Iraq


Shi'a factions:
Mahdi Army
Special Groups

Badr Brigades
Rogue elements among the Iraqi security forces
Soldiers of Heaven
Shia tribes
Other militias

2006 Ongoing Mexican Drug War

Mexico Mexico

Consulting and training support by:
United States United States through the Merida Initiative
Colombia Colombia through the National Police of Colombia
Australia Australia through the Australian Federal Police

Cartels:


Cartels:

Supported by:


Cartels:

Supported by:

2006 2009 War in Somalia (2006–09)

Part of the Somali Civil War

 Ethiopia
Somalia Transitional Federal Government
 Puntland
Somalia Galmudug
Somalia pro-Ethiopian fraction leaders
Somalia Sufi groups
 United States
AMISOM

Supported by:
 United Kingdom

Invasion:
Islamic Courts Union
Oromo Liberation Front
Insurgency:
Alliance for the Re-liberation of Somalia
al-Shabaab
Ras Kamboni Brigades
Jabhatul Islamiya
Muaskar Anole
Alleged:
Al-Qaeda and other foreign mujahideen

2007 Ongoing Operation Enduring Freedom – Trans Sahara

 Algeria
 Morocco
Mauritania Mauritania
Tunisia Tunisia
Burkina Faso Burkina Faso
 Chad
 Mali
 Niger
Nigeria Nigeria
 Senegal
Supported & trained by:
United States United States
Canada Canada
France France
Germany Germany
Netherlands Netherlands
Spain Spain
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Flag of Jihad.svg al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (2007–present)
Flag of Jihad.svg Ansar Dine (2012–17)
Flag of Jihad.svg Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin (2017–present)
Supported by:
Flag of Jihad.svg Boko Haram (2009–15)
Flag of Jihad.svg MOJWA (2011–13)


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL

2007 2007 Hamas' takeover of Gaza Hamas Fatah
2007 2007 2007 Lebanon conflict Lebanon Lebanese Armed Forces Fatah al-Islam

Flag of Jihad.svg Jund al-Sham

2007 2009 Tuareg rebellion (2007–09)

part of the Tuareg rebellion

 Niger
 Mali

In Niger:
Niger Movement for Justice
Front of Forces for Rectification (2008 split)
Niger Patriotic Front (2009 split)
In Mali:
ADC
ATMNC (2008 split)

2007 2015 War in Ingushetia

Russia Russia

2008 2008 2008 invasion of Anjouan

African Union

Supported by:

 Anjouan
2008 2008 2008 conflict in Lebanon

Future Movement
Progressive Socialist Party

 Hezbollah
Amal Movement
LDP
SSNP
Arab Democratic Party

2008 2008 2008 Kufra conflict Libyan Arab Jamahiriya Toubou Front for the Salvation of Libya
2008 2012 Cambodian–Thai border dispute  Cambodia  Thailand
2008 2008 Djiboutian–Eritrean border conflict  Eritrea  Djibouti
2008 2008 Russo-Georgian War

 Russia
 South Ossetia
 Abkhazia

 Georgia
2008 2009 Gaza War Israel Israel  Gaza Strip
2009 Ongoing Sudanese nomadic conflicts Various tribes Various tribes
2009 2017 Insurgency in the North Caucasus

 Russia

Caucasus Emirate
(2009–17)

Imam Shamil Battalion (2017)


Islamic State

2009 Ongoing Boko Haram insurgency Multinational Joint Task Force

Local militias and vigilantes[5]

Foreign mercenaries[10]

Boko Haram (partially aligned with ISIL from 2015)[a]

Ansaru[b]
Supported by:
al-Qaeda[42]

Taliban[47]
 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (from 2015)[32]

2009 2009 2009 Peruvian political crisis  Peru AIDESEP
2009 2009 2009 Boko Haram uprising

Boko Haram insurgency

 Nigeria Boko Haram
2009 Ongoing South Yemen insurgency

Government

Pro-government tribes

Supported by:
 Saudi Arabia

South Yemen Southern Transitional Council (since 2017)

Supported by:
 United Arab Emirates

2009 Ongoing Somali Civil War (2009–present)

Part of the Somali Civil War

 Somalia

AMISOM

 United States
Regional forces:

Supported by:
 United Kingdom
Non-combat support:
 European Union

Al-Qaeda

Hizbul Islam (until 2010; 2012–2014)
Allegedly supported by:
 Eritrea


 ISIL (from 2015)

2009 2010 Operation Scorched Earth

Part of the Houthi insurgency in Yemen

 Yemen
Hashed tribesmen
 Saudi Arabia
Alleged:
 Morocco

Houthis
Alleged:
Iran ( Quds Force)

 Hezbollah

2009 2009 Dongo conflict

 Democratic Republic of the Congo
Supported by:
United Nations MONUC
 Rwanda (alleged)

Lobala rebels
Possibly:
Resistance Patriots of Dongo

2010 2010 2010 South Kyrgyzstan ethnic clashes

 Kyrgyz provisional government
Supported by:
 Russia
Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
 United States
 China
Turkey Turkey

Kyrgyzistani Kyrgyz gangs

Other pro- Bakiyev forces

Uzbekistani Kyrgyz

Flag of Jihad.svg Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (alleged)


Kyrgyzstani Uzbeks

Uzbekistani Uzbek civilians

 Uzbekistan (limited involv.)

2010 2010 2010 Kingston unrest

 Jamaica

 United States

Shower Posse drug cartel
2010 2012 Tajikistan insurgency

Tajikistan Tajik Government

United Tajik Opposition


2010 2011 2010–2011 Ivorian crisis

Second Ivorian Civil War

Ivory Coast FNCI
Liberia Liberian mercenaries
Ivory Coast RDR
United Nations UNOCI
 France
 Ukraine

Ivory Coast Military of Ivory Coast
Liberia Liberian mercenaries
Ivory Coast COJEP
Ivory Coast FPI

2011 2011 Libyan Civil War (2011)

National Transitional Council

 Qatar


Enforcing UNSC Resolution 1973:

 Jordan
 Sweden
 United Arab Emirates


Minor border clashes:
 Tunisia


Weapons supplies

 Egypt
  Switzerland
 Moldova

Libyan Arab Jamahiriya

Military support:


Minor border clashes:
Darfur rebels


Weapons supplies

 Belarus
 Algeria

2011 Ongoing Sinai insurgency

 Egypt

 Israel

 UAE

Flag of Jihad.svg Islamists:


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant

2011 Ongoing Syrian Civil War

Syrian Arab Republic
InfoboxHez.PNG Hezbollah
 Iran
 Russia (2015–present)

Support

 Iraq (2017–19)

Interim Government (Syrian opposition)
 Turkey (2016–present)

Support

 Qatar
United States (2011–17)
 Saudi Arabia (2012–17)
 United Kingdom (2011–18)
 France (2011–18)


Salvation Government (Tahrir al-Sham)

Support

Al-Qaeda
 Qatar (2012–2017)
 Saudi Arabia (2012–2017)
 Turkey (2012–2017)


 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (2013–present)

Support

Al-Qaeda (2013–2014)


Rojava (Syrian Democratic Forces) (2012–present)

Support

United States (2014–present)
 Russia (2015–18, 2019-present)
 France (2016–present)
PKK
PUK (2013–present)
KDP (2013–15)


Seal of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve.svg CJTF–OIR (2014–present)

2011 Ongoing Sudanese conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile  Sudan

SRF

Alleged support:
 Ethiopia
 South Sudan

2011 2017 Shia insurgency in Bahrain

Bahrain

Al-Ashtar Brigades

  • Wa'ad Allah Brigades
  • Islamic Allah Brigades
  • Imam al-Mahdi Brigades
  • al-Haydariyah Brigades

Iran (alleged)

Saraya al-Mukhtar (al-Mukhtar Brigade)
Saraya al Karar
Asa’ib al-Muqawama al-Bahrainia

2011 2017 Syrian Civil War spillover in Lebanon

Part of the Syrian Civil War

 Lebanon


Pro-Syrian government militias:


Other militias:

Anti-Syrian government militias:


Al-Qaeda affiliates:


 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Surrendered
(from 2013)

2011 Ongoing Ethnic violence in South Sudan (2011–present)

Part of the Sudanese nomadic conflicts

Various tribes Various tribes
2011 2012 Operation Linda Nchi

Part of the Somali Civil War (2009–present)

 Kenya

Somalia TFG
Raskamboni Front
ASWJ
Azania

Al-Shabaab
2011 2014 Factional violence in Libya (2011–14) Libya Libyan National Army

Government-sanctioned local militias

  • Supreme Security Committee
Various militias

Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries

2011 2014 Iraqi insurgency (2011–2013)

Part of the Iraq War

Iraq Iraqi Government

 Iraqi Kurdistan

Supported by

 United States

Sunni insurgent factions:

Islamic State of Iraq (ISIL since April 2013)


Ba'ath Party Loyalists


Shi'a factions:

Supported by

 Iran

2012 Ongoing Northern Mali conflict
 Government of Mali
 Mali Army
 France
 ECOWAS

 Chad[57]
 Burundi[58]
 Gabon[59]
 South Africa[60]
 Rwanda[60]
 Tanzania[60]
 Uganda[61]
 China[62]
 Germany[63]
 Sweden[64]
 Estonia[65]

Supported by:

Non-state combatants:

Ganda Iso
 FLNA[98][99]
 MSA (from 2016)
GATIA (from 2014)

National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad (MNLA)
Islamic Movement of Azawad

(MIA)[100]


Islamist Groups
Al-Qaeda
 Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin (2017–present)
 Al-Mourabitoun (2013–17)
 Ansar al-Sharia (2012–present)
 Ansar Dine (2012–17)[101]
 AQIM (2012–17)
 Macina Liberation Front

(2015–17)[102]

 MOJWA (2011–13)[103][104]
Nigerian jihadist volunteers
 Boko Haram (2012–13)[105]
 Ansaru (2012–13)[105]

 Islamic State

Islamic State in the Greater Sahara
2012 2012 Heglig Crisis  Sudan  South Sudan

JEM


SPLM-N

2012 2012 2012 Abyan offensive

Part of the Al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen

Yemen Yemen Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula
2012 2013 M23 rebellion  Democratic Republic of the Congo

United Nations MONUSCO

March 23 Movement

Alleged support:
 Rwanda
 Uganda

2012 2012 Baragoi clashes Samburu tribe Turkana tribe
2012 Ongoing Central African Republic conflict (2012–present)
 Central African Republic
MINUSCA (since 2014)

MISCA (2013–2014)

 France (2013–16)
 South Africa (2012–13)
 FPRC
UPC
 MPC
3R

Anti-balaka

MRPRC

2013 2020 South Sudanese Civil War

Part of the ethnic violence in South Sudan (2011–present)

 South Sudan
 SPLA
 Air Force
 Mathiang Anyoor
Maban Defence Force[106]
Allied militias
 SSLM
 JEM[c]
 SPLM-N[111][109] (alleged)
 EUPF[112] (alleged)

State allies:

 Uganda
 Egypt[113] (alleged)
 SPLM-IO[114]
Nuer White Army

TFNF[120]

SSFDP South Sudan National Army[121][122]

 NAS[123] (since March 2017)
 SSPA
South Sudan SS-UF

Arrow Boys (since Nov. 2015)

 Wau State insurgents[124]

Supported by:

 Sudan (South Sudanese gov. claim)[125]

 UNMISS[126]
United Nations Regional Protection Force[127]
2013 2019 Batwa–Luba clashes Pygmy Batwa militias
  • "Perci"
Luba militias
  • "Elements"
2013 2013 Zamboanga City crisis  Philippines  Bangsamoro Republik
2013 2019 RENAMO insurgency (2013–2019)  Mozambique RENAMO
2014 2015 Houthi takeover in Yemen

Part of the Houthi insurgency in Yemen and the Yemeni Crisis

Houthis Yemen Government of Yemen
2014 2014 2014 Israel–Gaza conflict

Part of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict

 Israel  Gaza Strip
2014 2014 2014 Aswan tribal clashes Arab Al-Halayel (Beni Helal) clan Nubian Al-Dabodeya family
2014 2017 Iraqi Civil War (2014–2017)  Iraq

Allied groups:

Seal of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve.svg CJTF–OIR


 Iran

 Hezbollah
 Syria (2014)


Iraqi Kurdistan

Sinjar Alliance
PKK
 Syrian Kurdistan


Further support:
for  Iraq and  Iraqi Kurdistan

 Albania
 Belarus
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 China
 Croatia
 Czech Republic
 Estonia
 Finland
 Germany
 Hungary
 Pakistan
 Russia
 Taiwan

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Islamic State

Other anti-government groups:

2014 Ongoing Libyan Civil War (2014–present)

Libya House of Representatives (Tobruk-based)

JEM (from 2016)
SLM/A-Minnawi
Wagner Group Supported by:
 Egypt
 United Arab Emirates
 France
 United States
 Russia
 Saudi Arabia
 Chad
 United Kingdom (2014–16)
 Jordan (2014–16, 2019–present)
 Algeria (2014–18)
 Belarus
 Greece (since 2019)


Libya Gaddafi loyalists

Libya Government of National Accord (Tripoli-based) (since 2016)

FACT
CCMSR
URF
UFDD
Syrian opposition SNA (since 2019) Supported by:
 Turkey
 Qatar
 United States (2016–19)
 United Kingdom (since 2016)
 Italy
 Germany
 European Union
 Sudan (until 2019)
 Jordan (2016–18)


Libya National Salvation Government
(2014–17)

Supported by:
 Qatar (2014–16)
 Sudan (2014–16)
 Turkey (2014–16)
 Iran (allegedly)


Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb

SCBR militia:

Ansar al-Sharia
Libya Shield 1
(2014–16)
February 17th Martyrs Brigade
Rafallah al-Sahati Brigade
Shura Council of Mujahideen in Derna (2014–18)

Libya Benghazi Defense Brigades
Ajdabiya Revolutionaries Shura Council (2015–16)
Libya Derna Protection Force


ISIL

Supported by:
AQIM (2014–2015; alleged in 2016)


2014 Ongoing War in Donbass

Part of the 2014 pro-Russian unrest in Ukraine

 Ukraine
 Donetsk People's Republic
 Luhansk People's Republic

 Russia
2014 Ongoing International military intervention against ISIL

Intervening in Syria and Iraq:

Seal of Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve.svg CJTF–OIR


 Iran


Intervening in Syria only:

 Russia
 Saudi Arabia (2014–16)
 Bahrain (2014–16)
 United Arab Emirates (2014–16)


Support:

Military aid:

 Albania
 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Romania
 Bulgaria
 Croatia
 Cyprus
 Czech Republic
 Estonia
 Canada
 Greece
 Hungary
 India
 Italy
 Kuwait
 Lebanon
 NATO
 Pakistan
 Philippines
 Singapore
Unnamed Middle Eastern countries
Unnamed Eastern European countries

Humanitarian aid:

 European Union
 Austria
 Indonesia
 Ireland
 Japan
 Luxembourg
 New Zealand
 Poland
 Slovakia
 Slovenia
 South Korea
 Sweden

Intelligence aid:

 Israel


RSII coalition:


Local forces:

Local forces in Iraq:

Iraq Iraq Government (supported by U.S. and RSII coalitions)

Shi'a militias: (supported by Iran)

Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq

Kurdistan Region Iraqi Kurdistan
 Iraqi Turkmen Front (supported by Turkey)
Nineveh Plain Protection Units

Local forces in Syria:

 Syria (supported by Russia and Iran)
Syrian Democratic Forces (U.S. & allies)
Vetted Syrian Opposition (U.S. & allies)
Flag of Syria 2011, observed.svg Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army (supported by Turkey)

Local forces
in Lebanon
:

 Lebanon
Hezbollah
Lebanese Communist Party

Local forces
in Libya
:

LibyaGovernment of National Accord
Misrata Brigades
Misrata Military Council


Egyptian-led
intervention
:

(in Libya)

 Egypt
 Libya


Nigerian-led
intervention
:

(Boko Haram joined ISIL in 2015)

 Nigeria
 Cameroon
 Chad
 Niger
 Benin
 United States

See also: American military intervention


 Algeria


Islamic Military
Alliance

Islamic State of
Iraq and the Levant


al-Qaeda

2015 Ongoing Yemeni Civil War (2015–present)

Supreme Political Council

Alleged support

 Iran
Hezbollah
 North Korea


ShababFlag.svg Al-Qaeda
Ansar al-Sharia

Alleged support

 Saudi Arabia
 United Arab Emirates


Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant ISIL-YP

Cabinet of Yemen

Saudi-led coalition

 Saudi Arabia
 United Arab Emirates (limited involvement)
 Senegal
 Sudan (2015–19)
 Morocco (2015–19)
 Qatar (2015–17)
Academi security contractors

United States United States
France France
Academi


Flag of South Yemen.svg Southern Movement

Supported by:
 United Arab Emirates

2015 Ongoing ISIL insurgency in Tunisia  Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL)

Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Ansar al-Sharia
(only in March 2016)

 Tunisia
 Tunisian National Guard
 Tunisian Army
 Tunisian Police

Supported by:
United Kingdom United Kingdom

2015 Ongoing Kurdish–Turkish conflict (2015–present)

Part of the Kurdish–Turkish conflict (1978–present)

 Turkey Kurdistan Communities Union (KCK)

YDG-H:

HBDH
Kurdistan Freedom Hawks

2016 Ongoing 2016 Niger Delta conflict

Part of the Conflict in the Niger Delta

 Nigeria
Niger Delta Separatists:
Adaka Boro Avengers
Asawana Deadly Force of Niger Delta
Niger Delta Avengers
Niger Delta Greenland Justice Mandate
Niger Delta Justice Defence Group
Niger Delta Volunteers
Niger Delta Red Squad
Niger Delta Revolutionary Crusaders
Reformed Egbesu Fraternities

Supported by:
Biafra Indigenous People of Biafra

2016 2016 2016 Armenian–Azerbaijani clashes  Azerbaijan
 Republic of Artsakh
 Armenia
2016 2017 The Pool War  Republic of the Congo Ninja militia
2016 Ongoing Northern Rakhine State clashes

Part of the Rohingya insurgency in Western Myanmar and the Internal conflict in Myanmar

 Myanmar Arakan Army

Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army

2016 2016 2016 Kasese clashes  Uganda  Rwenzururu
2016 Ongoing Kamwina Nsapu rebellion  Democratic Republic of the Congo

Allied militias:

Kamwina Nsapu militia
  • Various independent militias
2017 2017 2017 Afghanistan–Pakistan border skirmish

Part of the Afghanistan–Pakistan skirmishes

 Pakistan  Afghanistan
2017 Ongoing 2017–2020 Qatif unrest

Part of the Qatif conflict

 Saudi Arabia Shia minority

Hezbollah Al-Hejaz

2017 2017 Marawi crisis

Part of the Moro conflict and the Military intervention against ISIL

 Philippines

Supported by:

Foreign supporters:

  •  United States (Military equipment, aid, and technical assistance)
  •  Australia (Intelligence support)
  •  China (Military equipment)
  •  Israel (Intelligence support and military equipment)
 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
2017 2017 2017 Iraqi–Kurdish conflict

Part of the Iraqi Civil War

 Iraq

Supported by:

 Iran
 Turkey

 Iraqi Kurdistan Supported by:
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia


PKK
PUK
PDKI

2017 Ongoing Anglophone Crisis  Cameroon  Ambazonia
2017 Ongoing Islamist insurgency in Mozambique
 Mozambique

Supported by:

 Russia
 Tanzania
 Uganda
 Ansar al-Sunna
 Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (denied by Mozambican government)

Supported by:

Organized crime
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  1. ^ Following Mohammed Yusuf's death, Boko Haram splintered into numerous factions which no longer operated under a unified leadership. Though Abubakar Shekau eventually became the preeminent commander of the movement, he never really controlled all Boko Haram groups. Instead the factions were loosely allied, but also occasionally clashed with each other.[30][31] This situation changed in 2015, when Shekau pledged allegiance to ISIL.[32][33] The leadership of ISIL eventually decided to replace Shekau as local commander with Abu Mus'ab al-Barnawi, whereupon the movement split completely. Shekau no longer recognized the authority of ISIL, and his loyalists started to openly fight the followers of al-Barnawi.[32]
  2. ^ The exact origin of Ansaru is unclear, but it had already existed as Boko Haram faction[38] before officially announcing its foundation as separate group on 1 January 2012.[38][39][40] The group has no known military presence in Nigeria since 2015, but several of its members appear to be still active.[41]
  3. ^ The SPLM-IO accused JEM of supporting Kiir's government since 2013, though JEM has denied any involvement and claims to maintain neutrality in the South Sudanese Civil War.[107] The Sudanese government,[108] aid workers[107] and other sources[109] have however affirmed that JEM is taking part in conflict on the side of the South Sudanese government.[110]
  4. ^ The Cobra Faction openly opposed the government until 2014, and remained in relative opposition until 2015, when it divided into a pro-government and pro-SPLM-IO faction, the latter of which formed the Greater Pibor Forces. In early 2016, the Cobra Faction effectively disbanded, when the remaining group joined the government.[115][116] In September 2016, however, the Cobra Faction was declared restored by some of its commanders and declared that it had resumed its struggle against the government.[117]

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