Abu Omer – known as "White Beard" thanks to his impressive facial hair – was arrested in Mosul at the beginning of the year
Mosul's gravediggers, its morgue workers and the volunteers who retrieve bodies from the city's rubble are keeping count.
Remains of more than 340 Yazidi Kurds were found in a mass grave outside Mosul. They are believed to have been executed by Isis terrorists.
As Isis continues to lose territories, many fighters are returning home, but many more are regrouping somewhere else or are joining other terrorist cells around the world.
Tensions are soaring in the country following an independence referendum held by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in September.
Isis once controlled larges swathes of Iraq and Syria, but the group has lost several areas to joint offensives launched by coalition forces in both countries.
The reclusive Isis warlord has not been seen in years and has a $25m (£19m) US bounty on his head.
Singaporean fighter features in latest propaganda video months after prince visited Asian country.
The 500 women have reportedly been moved to a detention centre in Mosul in preparation for the deportation.
Handsome Martins photoshopped the work of other photographers and is now in hiding in Australia.
The Iraqi army and coalition forces are gaining ground in the city after launching the anti-Isis offensive earlier in the week.
Medical staff in Erbil treating wounded people unable to pay for operations as war continues.
German schoolgirl was captured in Iraq and is accused of killing Iraqi soldiers as a sniper for Isis.
Afghan officials say Isis and Taliban joined forces in latest attacks that claimed at least 50 lives.
Ekhlas was 14 when Isis militants raided village in northern Iraq, killing men and kidnapping women and girls.
Baghdadi has been reported dead several times since the creation of Isis in 2014.
"Of all the wars I have covered in various countries, Mosul has been the worst."
Fears the revenge attacks could sow the seeds for "Isis 2.0" in Iraq
Harrowing stories are emerging from the newly-liberated city Mosul after it's recapture.
Iraqi forces repeatedly used coalition air strikes in Mosul, often to kill teams of just two or three Isis fighters armed with light weapons.
US-backed troops have waged a bloody nine-month battle to recapture the city from the terror group.
The surge is threatening recent gains in other Old City fronts, an Iraqi military officer said.
At least 20 women, mostly foreign jihadi wives, have blown themselves up in Mosul since Sunday.
Iraqi forces have found terrified families who had been hiding in their homes for weeks as fierce fighting raged around them.
Harrowing photos show terrified families escaping across piles of rubble, and Iraqi forces rescuing a little boy whose family had been killed in the fighting.
Unicef brought the pair back together amid a backdrop of fierce fighting.