The battle for Mosul is approaching its end after seven months of combat.
Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) captured the town west of ISIS's de-facto capital.
With less than 1,000 militants left to defend its shrinking pocket of control in Mosul, the Islamic State group faces total defeat by the Iraqi army and allies.
It's only a matter of time before a Turkish soldier shoots an American in defense of Turkey's honor.
ISIS fighters reportedly crowded civilians into a locked building and goaded U.S. jets to fire on them.
The Iraqi army's chief of staff said the Islamic State group (ISIS) only controlled 3.8 percent of Iraq.
Militants disguised themselves as Iraqi security forces to gain the trust of civilians and soldiers before executing them.
The sale of toys like teddy bears marks a return to normality for Mosul's children after nearly three years under ISIS.
The alternative to the Pax Americana is massive political instability and human suffering.
Almost half the total Shia combat fatalities in Syria 2012-2017 were Hezbollah fighters.
The Islamic State militant group launched two poison gas attacks on Iraqi troops in two days as pro-government forces advanced against the jihadists in their final Iraqi stronghold of Mosul.
As the bodies pile up at a hospital south of the ISIS stronghold, workers make do with what they can.
It is the first aircraft ISIS has downed since the operation to retake Mosul began in October last year.
Ten of the jihadi group's militants used a police vehicle to infiltrate the hometown of Saddam Hussein.
The fall of the Syrian city could signal the end of ISIS's state-building project.
Terrified residents fled to nearby hills.
The pontiff expressed sadness over deaths and said the U.S.-led coalition had an obligation to protect civilians.
Stephen Townsend said increases in civilians casualties are to be expected.
Has Donald Trump ordered looser targeting standards in Iraq and Syria that cause more civilian casualties?