The extremist alliance has been detaining youth at its checkpoints and issuing summons ordering others to appear before it for investigation.
Residents of makeshift camps near Saraqeb have had to contend with tents that have flooded or blown away in strong winds and rainfall.
The UN expects it can better fight Female Genital Mutilation in Iraq's Kurdish region in 2019, partly due to the reduced threat posed by ISIS.
The girl, purchased as a household slave while ISIS was in control of Mosul, had been chained up outside as a punishment for bedwetting.
Government agencies, security forces and international organisations have been working together to respond to a crisis caused by flooding.
Syrian regime shelling in the designated buffer zone has caused extensive damage and set off a new wave of displacement, an activist says.
A convoy of more than 70 trucks carrying humanitarian aid, the first since January, has arrived in the camp and distribution is under way.
A new book by Syrian author Ghada Bakir tells the stories of Syrian regime detainees' lives from childhood to martyrdom.
Water services have been suspended, increasing the vulnerability of approximately 50,000 people in northern Idlib displacement camps.
An investigative team established by the UN Security Council is supporting Iraq's efforts to hold ISIS to account for its crimes.
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The Lebanese militia has encouraged the families of fighters slain in Syria to keep quiet about their deaths, a source close to the group reveals.