ISIS

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  • ISIS putting price tags on Iraqi children, selling them as slaves.

    ISIS putting price tags on Iraqi children, selling them as slaves.
    ISIS is subjecting Iraqi children to a series of horrors, including putting pice tags on them and selling them as slaves, the United Nations said. In a report released this week, the wolrd body accused ISIS of increasingly using children in its bloody campaign of terror.
  • Jordan unleashes wrath on ISIS: This is just the beginning

    Jordan unleashes wrath on ISIS: This is just the beginning
    Two days after news emerged that ISIS had burned a capitive Jordanian pilot to death, the middle Eastern nation hit back, and is promising more. Fighter jets carried out airstrikes Thursday, then returned to fly over the home of the slain 27 year old pilot Lt. Moath al-Kasasbeh, in the village of Ay in Karak gobernorate.
  • Kjurdish fighters battle equipment woes as well as ISIS in northern Iraq

    Kjurdish fighters battle equipment woes as well as ISIS in northern Iraq
    Rashid Fouad Abdullah is a Kurdish peshmerga fighter in his late 50's, but he's younger then his gun. It's a British artillery piece manufactured in 1941, kept in immaculate condition and in daily service as Kurdish forces tighten their grip around Iraq's second city, Mosul
  • Mueller possibly paired with ISIS fighter, officials say

    Mueller possibly paired with ISIS fighter, officials say
    Kayla Mueller, an American aid worker and ISIS hostage whose death was confirmed by her family this week, might have been paired with a male ISIS fighter during her captivity, U.S. intelligence and government officials said Wednesday. The National Security Council said it was breaking with protocol to make a statement adout an American hostage.
  • Obama: "ISIS is going to lose"

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    President Barack Obama has sent a letter to Congress, requesting a resolution that will grant him authority to use military force against ISIS. In an effort to placate opponents of military intervention in both parties, the administration has hedged the request by including language that restricts "enduring offensive ground forces" and limits any intervention to three years.