'What about playing the anthems of all the other nations who have suffered from terrorist attacks?'
The terror organisation has extended its influence at an alarming rate
'There was heavy cloud, which may have encouraged the terrorists to assume that they were safe from air attack'
International organisations have documented multiple instances of Isis killing Muslims
Locals described seeing clumps of hair, bones, money and keys in the mass grave
Cathy Otten is the only journalist with access to the US-Kurdish control room in Irbil as the key city was retaken - but it was not all good news
Martyrdom for the faith is the group's central feature
'Even if they free our town we won't be able to go back because we can no longer trust our neighbours'
The first President Bush ('41') was known for his discretion and moderation. But in Jon Meacham's Destiny and Power, he has opened up about his own son George, the baleful effect of his advisers on '43' and the Republicans' alarming lurch to the right
Isis and other Islamist groups were said to be the main culprits by Aid to the Church in Need
Hassan Abu Ahmed had not seen daylight for five months, then he heard the drones coming
Jonathan Coe's new state-of-the-nation novel offers both optimism and dystopia
This is not about being against war. It’s about being against making terrible wars worse
The Labour leader wants a political solution involving big regional powers
Catherine West, a shadow foreign minister, told Stop the War event that Labour would speak to the pressure group if and when the Government submits proposals to bomb Syria
Number 10 insists the PM's position has not changed following reports that he had shelved plans to launch air strikes on Isis targets in Syria due to a lack of support from Labour MPs