The convoy included foreign fighters and militants who made their way to other areas of Syria and Turkey.
The three-minute chant was played for as long as 30 minutes.
Russia said it killed the top militant in May but the Lebanese group has challenged the claim.
In 2015, the French far-right leader tweeted "Daesh is THIS!"—using an Arabic acronym for ISIS—along with photos.
Damascus will "deal with" the two countries after the liberation of Raqqa, Syrian official says.
Media reports indicated that jihadis had mentioned the young royal's school as a target.
The guards are to be trained to spot suspicious behavior by potential attackers.
The video shows armed militants in the vicinity of the attack on October 4.
The image depicts the world's most celebrated soccer player in a prison outfit behind bars.
ISIS has aspirations for a larger presence in Africa, where it has already established several affiliates.
Russia has long warned of the threat of returning foreign fighters. New figures show why.
A monitoring group says jihadis systematically killed people it accused of cooperating with the Syrian regime.
ISIS recruits should expect to be assassinated because of the threat they pose, British minister says.
The U.K. is experiencing some of its highest crime rates in decades.
"They want to take down aircraft, the intelligence is clear on that," she said.
Saja Al-Dulaimi says she stopped talking to the world's most-wanted man in 2009.
The president said that he "totally changed the rules of engagement" in the fight against ISIS, but failed to acknowledge the contribution of local forces.
The battle to liberate Raqqa lasted four months, with much of the city was destroyed in the process.
Tehran has been angered by U.S. plans to designate its elite force as an extremist group.
The most wanted extremist in the world had not spoken since November 2016.
The British men included Jihadi John, executioner of three Americans, and Junaid Hussain, ISIS's cyber chief.