The Islamic State leader spent his last months on the move, sometimes hiding underground and disguised as a shepherd in Al-Qaida-linked, rival territory
The extremist group confirms death of Baghdadi in audio recording, says that Ibrahim al-Quraishi has been appointed as its new leader
President says jihadist 'died like a dog' by igniting a suicide vest, also killing three children ■ Trump thanks Russia, Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Kurds for assistance ■ Trump says he could 'make a deal with ExxonMobil or one of our great companies' to extract oil from Syrian fields
The Iraqi-born ISIS leader, a scholar who spent four years in U.S. captivity, uses Islamic law to justify his ruthlessness, but he still enjoys soccer and fancy watches.
U.S. President Donald Trump said in December that U.S. troops succeeded in their mission to defeat Islamic State in Syria and were no longer needed in the country
Iraqi politicians continue to bicker over who is to administer the Yazidi hometowns, which lie in ruins and remain under threat of renewed attacks
Leader says recent Sri Lanka bombings were revenge for the fall of the group's last stronghold in Syria
While hundreds of thousands of displaced Iraqis and Syrians face an uncertain future with no international help in sight, ISIS is likely to copy Al-Qaida and set up new strongholds around the world
Tensions mount between Al-Qaida-linked militants and Syrian forces in Idlib, threatening to unravel a truce put together by Turkey and Russia last September
Fabien Clain's voice announced that the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the onslaught that killed 130 people
Comments come a day after U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces capture the town of Hajin, the largest urban area controlled by ISIS in the enclave
UN human rights boss says 7,000 civilians are trapped between ISIS fighters and U.S.-led coalition airstrikes in Deir al-Zor
Two Syrian women and four children who had been held along with 21 other hostages are released as part of a deal between the Syrian regime and ISIS
Despite military gains, Marine General Joseph Dunford says 'little progress has been made in addressing the underlying conditions that lead to violent extremism'
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's whereabouts are unknown, and he has not been heard from in almost a year ■ Recording in which he allegedly calls on followers to 'persevere' could not be authenticated