Coalition forces are supporting Kurdish-led militias advancing against ISIS north of Raqqa.
Kurdish-led forces launch offensive north of Raqqa against the radical Islamist group.
The young American speaks of seeing severed heads on spikes and suicide bombs in Syria.
Neil Prakash was Australia's highest value target fighting for the radical Islamist group.
As many as 70 Dutch children are believed to be inside the extremist group's caliphate.
Local residents who fled the city say the group are seizing farms to help their financial accounts.
An activist group shares images of rooftops covered in sheets to prevent visibility.
The lawsuit seeks $90 million in damages for Assad regime's perceived support of ISIS.
ISIS is stopping several families, who have paid tax to remain, from leaving the embattled city.
New report details ISIS's education of extremism from birth for the "next generation" of fighters.
Around 200 people from the Netherlands are estimated to have joined the militant group.
Authorities say the four men are linked to radical ideologue Aman Abdurrahman.
The footage shows ISIS's increasing use of child soldiers in propaganda videos.
Bills must be paid in U.S. dollars and bonuses have been slashed, according to an AP report.
The official release by the militant group's Tripoli wing shows the execution of three spies.
The strategy is to regain territory at the heart of IS's cross-border state, take both its "capitals," and destroy the confidence of its fighters.
Shakil was sentenced to six years in prison after taking her son to Syria before returning.
The video closes with an image of Prime Minister David Cameron with crosshairs over his face.
Police identified Bahrun Naim as the mastermind behind the attack that killed two civilians.
The fighter killed his mother after she attempted to persuade him to leave ISIS, monitoring group says.
Many migrant marijuana farmers in Lebanon's Bekka Valley are afraid to return home to Raqqa.
Al-Shadadi is a key logistics hub for the group.
His statement appeared to be the first time Moscow said it was aiding Assad's opposition against ISIS.
More than two-thirds of Americans say Obama's policies against ISIS have not been aggressive enough.