The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL or ISIS) once controlled an area stretching from western Syria to eastern Iraq – nearly the size of the United Kingdom.

It proclaimed a caliphate in 2014 and imposed its harsh rule on millions of people. But it was flushed out of Iraq and eventually lost most of its ground in Syria.

What is left of the group now is confined to a tiny part of the Syrian

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