The group teaches 'its own radical and brutal Islamic rules to children'
Said Shabram, 19, drowned in a river after allegedly being forced into the water by British troops in a practice known as 'wetting'
All four soldiers involved were acquitted of manslaughter at trial
Parliament now on a break for party conferences
Defence officials said militants had converted a pharmaceutical plant to manufacture weapons in Mosul
Video comes despite recent Isis losses in Syria and Iraq
'Once, he took a dagger and tried to stab me in the back,' says mum of boy manipulated by a Saudi emir
Isis have claimed responsibility for the bombings
The group is rapidly losing territory across its self-declared ‘caliphate’ in Syria and Iraq
Number of Isis militants killed in US strikes increased from 6,000 in January 2015 to 45,000 in July 2016
Person claiming to be British jihadi bride denies reports on Twitter
No details yet on how he died, but Aleppo province has seen fierce fighting
Many firearms originally given by the US government are now openly available for purchase on black markets and via social media, a study has suggested
‘We predict that it could result in massive displacement on a scale not seen globally in many years’
The man was working with Janus clearing mines left by fleeing militants
The boy was displaced from Isis-held city of Mosul and arrived in Kirkuk a week ago