“We'll always remember what happened to our people, and I pray our loved ones finally find some peace.”
Two suicide bombers detonated their suicide belts in a busy market during morning rush hour, in the first such suspected ISIS attack since January 2018.
The caliphate has collapsed, but for thousands of Syrians whose family members were kidnapped by ISIS, there is no peace.
Save the Children said last year there were more than 60 British children living in the camps.
An Amnesty International report details how some of the 2,000 abducted children are later rejected by their communities.
Prison guards told VICE that they fear ISIS sleeper cells could target the prisons in order to free the suspects.
The group continues to operate as an underground insurgent movement and carried out several mass casualty attacks worldwide last year.
Last week, France announced that it had successfully test fired a Reaper drone, and two days later, the military had put it to use.
BCM allows administrators to create “supergroups” of up to 100,000 people.
When ISIS claimed responsibility for the London Bridge stabbing attack, they did it using a little-known Russian messaging app.
The suspect, named in Turkish state media as Muhammad Darwis B., is reportedly a 39-year-old American of Jordanian descent who was captured in Syria.