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Continuing coverage of the ISIS terror threat in Iraq and Syria
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Syrian Kurds Wait at Turkish Border to Escape ISIS
Thousands of Syrian Kurds wait at the Syrian/Turkish border, as ISIS forces push to within view of Turkish military installations.
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Turkey Pledges to 'Fight Effectively' Against ISIS
Turkey will fight against ISIS but will stick to its aim of seeing Syrian President Bashar Assad removed from power, Turkey's president said.
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ISIS Seizes Weapons After Overrunning Iraqi Base
The attack on Albu Aytha comes despite airstrikes by the U.S. and its allies and gains by Kurdish troops on the Iraqi-Syria border.
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Senior Airman Matthew Bruch / U.S. Air Force via AP
Billion-Dollar Bombing: Cost of Fighting ISIS Adds Up
The Pentagon estimated that airstrikes cost $10 million per day.
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Ako Rasheed / Reuters
Kurds Drive ISIS From Key Border Crossing
An influential tribe of Sunnis in Iraq helped with the fighting — a big success against the campaign against the militants.
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UK Ministry of Defense / @DefenceHQ via Twitter
Britain Launches First Strikes Against ISIS in Iraq
The United Kingdom launched their first airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham militants in Iraq on Tuesday, officials said.
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U.S. Air Force via AP
U.S. Debuts $190M Stealth Jet in Syria Strikes
U.S. Air Force deploys F-22 Raptor stealth jets over Syria.
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These Are the Refugees Leaving Everything Behind to Flee ISIS
The crisis along the Turkish border with Syria is intensifying, as coalition forces conduct airstrikes against ISIS militants and Kurds flee.
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Wife of ISIS Hostage: 'Please Release Him'
Barbara Henning, wife of kidnapped British aid worker Alan Henning, appeals to ISIS to release her husband.
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Wife's Plea to ISIS Captors: 'We Need Him Back Home'
It was the third plea from Barbara Henning, whose husband, Alan, was kidnapped in Syria in December.
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Karim Kadim / AP, file
Deadly Blunder? Iraq Pilots Gave Food, Ammo to ISIS
Iraqi military pilots mistakenly gave food, water and ammunition to enemy ISIS militants instead of their own soldiers, a senior official said.
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Dep. Foreign Minister: Syria Warned of ISIS Threat for Years
Syria's Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad, reacting to Pres. Obama’s statement, said the U.S. should not have “underestimated” the ISIS threat.
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Kurdish Leader: Give Us Weapons or We Face Massacre
A Syrian Kurdish leader called on Tuesday for the West to provide weapons to his forces fighting ISIS in the besieged Syrian border town of Kobani, warning that his fighters risked massacre if help did not arrive soon
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Bethany Clarke / Getty Images, file
Twitter Purges Dozens of Pro-ISIS Accounts
Crackdown follows ISIS' release of another video showing British hostage John Cantlie, although it was not clear if that prompted the cull.
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U.S.-Led Strikes on ISIS Turn Syrians Against Rebels
U.S.-led air strikes against ISIS in Syria are causing a public backlash against moderate opponents of President Bashar Assad, rebels say.
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Teens Captured by ISIS Reveal Horrific Ordeals
Tracey Shelton, GlobalPost
Sara and Leila both survived the mass capture of Yazidi women and children in Iraq last month. These are their stories.
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Anja Niedringhaus / AP, file
Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister: We Warned About ISIS
In an interview with NBC News' Ann Curry, Faisal Mekdad said it has been warning about ISIS for three years, and that Syria is open to ground troops.
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Syrian Refugees Watch ISIS Attack Their Homes
Richard Engel reports from the Turkish border near the Syrian town of Kobani, where ISIS militants are advancing.
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What the Intelligence Community Knew About ISIS
President Obama is facing backlash after saying the intelligence community 'underestimated' ISIS.
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ISIS Releases New Propaganda Video of British Hostage
The terror group ISIS has released another propaganda video where they force a hostage to speak out against the West.
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Intel Officials Say 'Paper Trail' of ISIS Warnings Exists
Current, former officials take issue with President Obama's assertion in '60 Minutes' interview that U.S. was surprised by group's military success.
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Terror Timeline: The Rise of ISIS Into a Household Name
ISIS grew from al Qaeda in Iraq and gained strength during the civil war in Syria.
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Netanyahu: ISIS, Hamas Branches From Same Poisonous Tree
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns the UN against the threat of militant Islam, saying "they operate in different lands but they all share a fanatic ideology."
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White House: 'Everybody Was Surprised' Over 'Rapid Advance' of ISIS
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest tells the media Monday that the Obama administration and intelligence community were "surprised" by the advances of ISIS in Iraq.
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