On the ground in Mosul, the terror group's stronghold is crumbling.
Today, parliament will vote on the UK using airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq.
The US risks amplifying the message that IS and similar groups have been trying to spread for years.
The war in Syria is made of several smaller wars that sometimes run in parallel and sometimes cross over, like railway junctions on the express to hell.
The Prime Minister, speaking at the UN, has said that Britain will join in confronting the militant group.
A doctor in Afghanistan is using her medical training to provide healthcare and other support to women – at great risk to herself and her family.
David Cameron is moving the UK closer to military action in the Middle East.
The former Prime Minister warns that the only way to tackle Islamic State could be on the ground.
Just because there are no good options in Iraq doesn’t mean we have to pick the worst option.
Cameron will need Miliband's support to win a vote on military action. But all the signs are that he will get it.
The Foreign Secretary is meeting foreign leaders today to discuss plans to tackle extremist militants in Iraq and Syria.