May second deadliest month for civilians since coalition air strikes began in August 2014, according to Airwars
'The troops are in pursuit mode'
It is instructive that the West now expresses more outrage at the use of gas – it blames the Assad regime for this, of course – than at the continued cruelty of Isis
Move comes after Moscow threatens US-led coalition planes in Syrian-controlled airspace will be treated as potential 'targets'
Experts sceptical of claims, and previous report air strikes killed Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Friday’s attack was the first claimed by the group inside Israeli-controlled territory
If it is confirmed that Baghdadi has been killed in a Russian air strike, it would also be a major coup for Vladimir Putin
One of the largest Muslim associations in Germany has refused to take part
Foreign minister Javad Zarif says Saudis are 'actively engaged' in promoting terror groups
'I hate [Isis] more than the Americans hate them', former Oxford schoolboy says
Israeli cyber operations had reportedly succeeded in penetrating one of the terror group's cell
The Iranian leader has accused the US and Saudi Arabia of funding hardline Sunni militants, including Isis
It is unclear whether the country’s pro-American military went over the President's head in seeking US help
Ringleader watched hate preachers' videos online, relative says
Prosecutors say Syrian man sent to Germany to liase between propaganda agency and supporters
Human rights groups warn indiscriminate bombing of densely populated areas and use of heavy ordinance could amount to war crimes