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 Middle East
Deafened by the War on ISIS
Thousands of Iraqis, collateral victims of the war on the terrorist group, have found themselves left with war deafness that goes untreated.
I Grew Up With Australia's Most Senior ISIS Fighter
Here you can listen to the rap tracks he made before fighting for ISIS.
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.
Inside Europol's Online War Against ISIS
At the EU's law enforcement agency, a team of 30 spend their days trawling through gruesome videos, in a bid to have extremist propaganda taken offline.
Welcome to Hate Island
Our special investigation unmasking the British far-right.
We Shared a Prison Cell with an Isis Fighter
The story of Robert Daw and Rae Lewis-Ayling, who travelled to Iraq to help build the utopian Rojava, but ended up in prison for 40 days.
What Life Was Like for Young Women Living Under ISIS
"My mum’s hair and skin was all over the wall. We’ve cleaned it off now, but when we come back here I remember what happened and I think of our family."
We Talked to Syrians About the 'Liberation' of ISIS Stronghold Raqqa
Most ex-residents are pleased at the expulsion of the Islamic State from their former home, but can't help fearing for the future under outside forces.
Barcelona Terror Attack Eyewitnesses Talk About What They Saw
"Seeing all those bodies lying on Las Ramblas is an image I will never be able to erase from my mind."
Views My Own
Destroying ISIS Won't Save Iraq
Thanks to rampant ethnic factionalism and retaliatory violence, it's going to take a lot more than the Mosul offensive to change the toxic dynamic on the ground.
Even with Increased Surveillance, There Is More of This to Come
Experts say we'll see at least another 15 years of attacks on European soil, and that – in the grand scheme of things – there's little authorities can do.