The verdict in a German court represents the first time a member of Islamic State has been found guilty of genocide.
Sami Jasim al-Jaburi had a $5 million bounty on his head and was dubbed the Islamic State’s “finance minister.” A security source told VICE World News al-Jaburi was arrested in Syria.
In her first live UK TV interview, the 22-year-old, who fled the UK to join ISIS aged 15, said she could help the UK combat terrorism because "you clearly don't know what you're doing."
Authorities had been watching the man for years. They shot him dead within 60 seconds.
The drone strike also resulted in the deaths of Afghan civilians, including children.
The group is a rival of the Taliban and wants to impose an even more extreme interpretation of Islamic law.
An expert tells us why this may be just the beginning for ISIS-K’s brutality in Afghanistan.
Evacuations are ongoing following explosions that killed more than 100 people at Kabul's airport. ISIS attacks are "expected to continue."
A UK minister said he is "genuinely concerned about offering Islamic State a target that is just unimaginable.”
The radical Islamist preacher created a Twitter account that lasted five days and a Facebook page that lasted all of eight minutes.