Iraqi groups allied with ISIL are not fighting government forces - a sign they may swap sides if given incentives.
The resignation of chief executive Leung has emerged as the main demand but opinion is split on how to achieve the goal.
A young boy's question to our journalist covering Sri Lanka's inquiry into people who went missing during civil war.
A year after Iran's president first introduced himself to the world, his UN speech this time had greater urgency.
Something about the name Khorasan, which the US says is a group of al-Qaeda veterans, doesn't feel right.
Kurdish Peshmerga troops say that it's time for the world to realise that they can't fight the armed group alone.
The sense that something truly historic is happening in Scotland has touched people outside the United Kingdom.
Will the mistakes of the recent past be made again as Iraq and its allies take the fight to ISIL?
15,000 members of the Orange Order marched in Edinburgh on Saturday to oppose Scottish independence.