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Smoke from air strikes against Isis fighters in the Syrian town of Kobani can be seen from across the border in the village of Mursitpinar in the Sanliurfa province of south-eastern Turkey

Isis in Kobani: John Kerry says preventing the fall of the town is 'not a strategic objective'

As the fighting continues, the lack of assistance for those living in Kobani sparked more violent demonstrations across Turkey

Smoke rises during airstrikes on the Syrian town of Ain al-Arab, known as Kobani by the Kurds

Isis in Kobani: Dramatic images emerge from clash as US rules out 'boots on ground'

Air power on its own is not going to be enough to save Kobani, the Pentagon's Press Secretary has said

A UN investigator takes samples around a missile found near Damascus suspected of being a chemical rocket

Four secret Syrian chemical weapons factories are revealed

The US is worried that Isis, which has seized large parts of the country, and other terrorist groups could find any hidden stockpiles

Isis supporters are circulating images of a child who they say has become the youngest to be killed in battle while fighting for the extremist group

The 'cub of Baghdadi': Has this boy become the youngest victim yet of Isis’s use of child soldiers?

Young boy is seen holding guns in images circulated on social media

Isis fighters firing on targets on the besieged Syria-Turkey border town of Kobani

Isis in Kobani: Fighters filmed firing on besieged Syria-Turkey border town

Fighters are seen vowing to descend on the town in spite of air strikes

Nooses hang at Pul-e-Charkhi prison, on the outskirts of Kabul on October 8, 2014.

Five men are executed in Afghanistan for gang rape

Human rights groups say the men's trial was 'flawed'

Protesters in Hamburg last night

Isis riots spreading across Europe as Islamists clash with Kurdish supporters in Germany

Germany is home to Europe's largest Kurdish population

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FBI issue public appeal to track Isis militants

American agency are specifically looking for American man seen in Isis video last month

Kurdish protesters in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir

Isis in Kobani: At least nine killed as furious Kurds protest over Turkey's inaction

Turkish President warns town is close to falling into the hands of Islamist militants and that airstrikes will not be enough to quell the advance

Kurdish protesters clash with Turkish riot police in the south-eastern city of Diyarbakir yesterday, as the Turkish government refused to help Syrian Kurds in the border city of Kobani

Isis in Kobani: Turkey’s act of abandonment may mark an 'irrevocable breach' with Kurds across the region

The likely fall of Kobani to the Islamic militants has huge implications for Turkey, which has ignored its Kurdish minority’s pleas to help fellow Kurds in Syria

Kurdish refugees cross the border near Kobani

Isis in Kobani: Kurdish fighters, desperate for help claim ‘if we started cutting people’s heads off the world would give us guns’

It seems Turkey has given up on the small town on its border, which is set to become its third occupied by the militants

An Isis fighter pictured earlier this year

Isis issues rules for journalists forcing them to 'swear allegiance as subjects of the Islamic State'

The 11-point list is reportedly being enforced in Deir Ezzor, Syria

Piers Morgan blames Barack Obama for rise of Isis and claims he spends more time playing golf than attending intelligence meetings

The MailOnline’s new US Editor-at-Large appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity on Monday

Smoke rises from the Syrian town of Kobani, seen from near the Mursitpinar border crossing on the Turkish-Syrian border on 6 October 2014

Isis in Kobani: Where is it and why is the battle to defend it so important?

Town on the Syrian-Turkish border has been under siege by Isis for weeks

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