Sexo Seno Kurdi tells Newsweek of his trauma a year after losing his daughter and grandchildren.
Syrian-Kurdish community lays family to rest in silence in short ceremony.
1,000 children are now enrolled in schools, but teachers say they draw pictures of fighting and beheadings.
Kobane's top official calls on international community to aid clean-up mission.
Groups from Suruc, a border town overlooking Kobani, and nearby villages gathered to cross the border and celebrate alongside Kurdish fighters earlier in the day, but police stopped them.
Kurdish forces drove out Islamic State fighters from the town that had become a focal point in the fight against ISIS.
Germany is expected to send 100 military trainers to bolster Peshmerga resistance.
According to an observer group, the Kurds have taken back 80% of the town of Kobane
The Western media's obsession with the women fighting ISIS ignores their real struggle – for equal rights
A former member of Islamic State recounts travelling through Turkey in an ISIS convoy to attack Kurdish forces as the Turkish army turned a blind eye
Iraqi Kurdish peshmerga are on their way to help fellow Kurds defend Kobane in a battle that has assumed huge significance in the fight against Islamic State
Iraqi peshmerga fighters headed for the Syrian town of Kobane to help fellow Kurds repel an Islamic State advance after finally getting the go ahead from Ankara
The British journalist stands in front of a suspicious looking backdrop, claiming to be reporting from the Kurdish city of Kobane
A Kurdish journalist reports on three more days of the Syrian town of Kobane, currently under siege by Islamic State militants
Twenty-six other bundles of supplies were dropped to Kurds in the besieged city and reached their targets, the Pentagon said.
"The constant pressure from the air and ... the pressure from the ground by these Kurdish forces has done a lot to keep ISIL at bay from taking the whole town," said Rear Admiral John Kirby
The Turkish foreign minister said that they would help 'peshmerga' fighters reach Kobane, which is under heavy attack from ISIS
Protesters hold mock auction of captive women in front of Houses of Parliament and Downing Street
The UN secretary general's envoy to Syria compared the threat facing Kobane to human rights catastrophes in Srebrenica and Rwanda in a special press conference in Geneva
At least 12 have died in violent clashes across Turkey as the country's Kurdish minority protests the fate of Kobane
Islamic State moves closer to taking the strategic stronghold of Kobane, on the Syria-Turkey border
Medics and doctors at the hospital in the Turkish town of Suruc are struggling to cope with the stream of wounded fighters from the Kurds fighting at Kobane
Islamic State pushed on with their assault on a Syrian border town, despite ongoing airstrikes, sending thousands more refugees into Turkey