December 2, 2014
The White House said Monday that it was not prepared to enter into a deal with Turkey to establish a no-fly zone inside Syria.
Media reports say one of Baghdadi's wives was arrested with her son at Lebanon's border with Syria.
Turkish forces bombed the Syrian border town of Kobani, wounding civilians and Kurdish fighters, according to a local newspaper.
December 1, 2014
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported that at least 1,685 were killed in Syria during November 2014.
A broad coalition of Syrian factions announced joining forces, allegedly representing over 70 rebel militias, excluding the Al Qaeda affiliated Nusra Front.
An American who is fighting in the ranks of the Kurds told Voice of Israel that Rosenberg was not in the Kobane region.
November 30, 2014
Gill Rosenberg, 31,told said earlier this month that she had decided to join the fighters for humanitarian and ideological reasons.
In one of the largest missions of the US-led campaign so far, a monitor reported at least 30 ISIL targets in Raqqa were hit by airstrikes late Saturday.
At least 50 ISIL terrorists have reportedly been killed in clashes, bombings, and US-led airstrikes in Syria’s flashpoint town of Kobani.
The U.S.-led coalition forces conducted 30 airstrikes in Syria’s northern province of Raqqa, which is under the control of militants from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL.
Kurdish troops in the Syrian border town of Kobani called on Ankara to investigate how an ISIL attack was launched from Turkish soil.
November 29, 2014
Clashes resumed between ISIL militants and Kurdish fighters in the northern Syrian city of Kobani.
The Syrian government responded to US accusations that Syrian forces are targeting civilians with airstrikes.
November 27, 2014
Lebanese security forces arrested three Syrians for allegedly supporting ISIL in the northern region of Akkar Thursday.
US State Department spokeswoman Jean Psaki slammed Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's air strikes in Raqqa, which left dozens of civilians dead.