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Four young Syrians hope to defeat Isis at their own propaganda game

Silhan Ozcelik planned to fight with Kurdish forces

Silhan Ozcelik: 'Disgusting' trial for young woman who tried to fight against Isis

Silhan Ozcelik planned to fight with Kurdish forces

Amira Abase, Kadiza Sultana and Shamima Begum waught on CCTV at Gatwick airport on their way to Turkey last month

Turkey claims foreign spy 'helped British girls to Syria'

A man has been arrested in Turkey for allegedly helping three British schoolgirls cross into Syria to join Isis militants, according to the country’s Foreign Minister, who accused him of being a foreign spy.

Iraqi security forces clashed with Isis fighters in their drive to recapture Tikrit

War with Isis: Iraq government claims most of Tikrit is liberated

Defence Minister says the recapture of the city is 'essential to opening a corridor for security forces to move from the south to Mosul'

Ever since revolution broke out in 2011, experts have been predicting the fall of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad – but he is still clinging on

Syria revolution four years on: Don't bet against President Assad – a ruler willing to see his country destroyed so long as he can cling to power

The West's latest 'Arab Hitler' continues to rule despite the widespread predictions of his downfall. Just what is the man's secret, asks Robert Fisk

Ever since the Syrian revolution of 2011, Assad's overthrow has been predicted by the greatest statesmen of our day

Syria revolution four years on: UN's credibility on line as humanitarian aid fails to appear

A resolution approved unanimously in December extended cross-border deliveries to rebel-held areas, but aid groups say diplomacy has not translated into action

Centre-left politicians, such as Zionist Union’s Isaac Herzog (centre) and Tzipi Livni (right), are focused on reducing food and housing costs

Israel election: Why the cost of food and lack of affordable housing are a bigger threat to Benjamin Netanyahu hopes than Iran

Soaring shopping bills may be the PM's undoing in next week's vote

Kazida Sultana, Amira Abase, and Shamima Begum (left to right)

Turkey detains 'foreign spy' for allegedly helping missing British schoolgirls travel to Syria

Turkish Foreign Minister made announcement in interview

Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom gestures during an interview with Sweden's TT News Agency at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in central Stockholm on March 11

From scrapped arms deals to pleas for democracy: why Sweden is the only Western country standing up to Saudi Arabia

Sweden's foreign minister Margot Wallstrom has emerged as an outspoken figure, not averse to taking moral stands

Intelligence service believe the fighter (R) was Sabri Essid and are investigating whether the boy is his son
Mustaf Kiyiobeishi, 72 years old from the Syrian village of Hama. I

Syria plunged into darkness: Satellite images show how 83% of lights have gone out

Four years of conflict has left the country in almost complete darkness

What is believed to be chlorine gas fills the air after a roadside bomb is detonated

Isis militants resort to 'using chlorine gas bombs' to attack soldiers in Iraq

Footage shows orange plumes of smoke emerging from roadside bombs

Jake Bilardi dropped out of school in Melbourne and travelled to Iraq to join Isis last year

War with Isis: Australian teenager dies in Iraq suicide bomb attack for militant group

Jake Bilardi converted to Islam after the death of his mother in 2009

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