How to Photograph a War When You're Not a War Photographer
Joey Lawrence normally photographs celebrities or tight communities around the world. This time round, he met the Kurds battling ISIS.
ISIS Is Using Internet Propaganda to Maintain a 'Virtual Caliphate', UN Report Says
The report, which argues the internet still gives the terror group global reach, urges nations to spy on the dark web.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi Is Back - Minus the Bling and Bluster
What the ISIS leader's first video in five years really tells us.
The 'ISIS Matchmaker' Wants to Return to the UK
Tooba Gondal, a notorious British female ISIS recruiter and propagandist, is alive in a camp in Syria – and wants to return to Britain with her two young children.
How Sweden Deals With Returning ISIS Fighters
As Sweden struggles to implement laws to deal with returning ISIS fighters, a combat medic explains why he feels safer on the frontline than back in his own country.
What's Gone On This Week: The Home Office Bins Off Shamima Begum
If having bad judgement at 15-years-old means having your citizenship stripped off you then almost every cunt I know would be stateless now.
An Interview with Two Recently Captured ISIS Prisoners
The world wants to wash its hands of the people who have escaped the Islamic State.
ISIS and the Fish and Chip-Loving Jihadists
When captured British jihadists are asked what they miss most about home, they usually have the same answer.
Tracing the UK's Complicated Relationship with the Death Penalty
The UK Home Secretary's recent correspondence with the US Attorney General about two Brits accused of being ISIS jihadists has sparked up old debates about capital punishment.
Views My Own
What an ISIS Sex Slave Joke Tells Us About the Weird State of Politics
In the battle between warring Labour factions, some jokes are OK, while others are definitely not.
The Drifting Competitions in the Former ISIS Stronghold of Mosul
ISIS banned the sport for three years, but now the city is liberated young people are using it to kick-start a cultural revolution.
Surabaya Attacks Shine Light on Indonesia's Juvenile Jihadist Problem
Four of the six attackers in the first string of suicide bombings were children.