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According to Iraq's government, terrorist groups seized almost 90 pounds of uranium from Mosul University.
American officials are debating a possible drone strike on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. Barbara Starr reports.
CNN's Jim Sciutto reports on claims that al Qaeda is building new bombs that cannot be detected by traditional means.
CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports that the terror group ISIS will change its name to the "Islamic State."
As they continue their rampage through Iraq in pursuit of an Islamic caliphate, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria may be targeting a key American ally next. CNN's Brian Todd looks at whether there are any clues in ISIS's recent success to where they may head next.
A man who fled from Mosul, Iraq, shows CNN Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon video that provides a rare glimpse into how ISIS is winning - and then ruling - over people in the cities they seize.
CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on the possibility of ISIS and AQAP joining forces in the Middle East.
Their goal is a transnational Islamic caliphate, and they've already taken huge swaths of territory in Iraq and Syria. But will the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria turn its eye towards the West? CNN's Brian Todd reports on the growing concern among American officials that the group is positioning itself to attack the U.S.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has stepped up their brutal propaganda campaign. The deadly terror group, on a rampage across Iraq, just released a gruesome new video that shows members interrogating and killing prisoners. CNN's Arwa Damon reports from inside Iraq.
As ISIS, or the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, continues its bloody rampage across Iraq, many wonder who is the man at the head of an organization so brutally skilled and universally feared. He's been called the most dangerous terrorist in the world and the next Osama bin Laden. CNN's Brian Todd profiles Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.