Iraqis dig up mass grave of children killed in shelling of town in Idlib Province Getty Images 38/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman and her child sit next to the body of a man, who hospital officials said was killed during shelling by government forces on the town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province, as rebel fighters continue to advance, AFP/Getty Images 39/40 Syria crisis Syrian Civil Defence members put up a cage around a dozen children as they search for victims in the rebel-held town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province Getty 40/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman reacts as she sits inside a mosque to pray at the damaged the Al-Islah al-Zaraye mosque which was hit by airstrikes by the Syrian government, in Makkah city, northern Idlib province AFP 1/40 2000 Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (pictured here) forms an al-Qaeda splinter group in Ira더킹카지노q, al-Qa'eda in Iraq. Its brutality from the beginning alienates Iraqis and many al-Qaeda leaders. 2/40 2006 Al-Zarqawi is killed in a U.S. strike. Al-Zarqawi's successor, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, announces the creation of the Islamic State in Iraq (ISI). Reuters 3/40 2009 Still al-Qaeda-linked ISI claims responsibility for suicide bombings that killed 155 in Baghdad, as well as attacks in August and October killing 240, as President Obama announces troop withdrawal from Iraq in March. Getty Images 4/40 2010 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi becomes head of ISI, at lowest ebb of Islamist militancy in Iraq, which sees last U.S. combat brigade depart. 5/40 2012 In Syria, protests (pictured here starting in Daree) have morphed into what president Assad labelled a "real war" with emergence of a coalition of forces opposed to Assad's regime. Syria group Jabhat al-Nusra are among rebel groups who refuse to join, denouncing it as a 우리카지노"conspiracy". Bombings targeting Shia areas, killing more than 500 people, spark fears of new sectarian conflict. Sunni Muslims stage p더킹카지노rotests across country against what they see as increasingly marginalisation by Shia-led government. AP 6/40 2013 Al-Baghdadi renames ISI as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or Isis, as the group absorbs Syrian al-Nusra, gaining a foothold in Syria. In response, al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri (Bin Laden's successor) concerned abou

Iraqis dig up mass grave of children killed in shelling of town in Idlib Province Getty Images 38/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman and her child sit next to the body of a man, who hospital officials said was killed during shelling by government forces on the town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province, as rebel fighters continue to advance, AFP/Getty Images 39/40 Syria crisis Syrian Civil Defence members put up a cage around a dozen children as they search for victims in the rebel-held town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province Getty 40/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman reacts as she sits inside a mosque to pray at the damaged the Al-Islah al-Zaraye mosque which was hit by airstrikes by the Syrian government, in Makkah city, northern Idlib province AFP 1/40 2000 Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (pictured here) forms an al-Qaeda splinter group in Iraq, al-Qa'eda in Iraq

Iraqis dig up mass grave of children killed in shelling of town in Idlib Province Getty Images 38/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman and her child sit next to the body of a man, who hospital officials said was killed during shelling by government forces on the town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province, as rebel fighters continue to advance, AFP/Getty Images 39/40 Syria crisis Syrian Civil Defence members put up a cage around a dozen children as they search for victims in the rebel-held town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province Getty 40/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman reacts as she sits inside a mosque to pray at the damaged the Al-Islah al-Zaraye mosque which was hit by airstrikes by the Syrian government, in Makkah city, northern Idlib province AFP 1/40 2000 Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (pictured here) forms an al-Qaeda splinter group in Iraq, al-Qa'eda in Iraq

Iraqis dig up mass grave of children killed in shelling of town in Idlib Province Getty Images 38/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman and her child sit next to the body of a man, who hospital officials said was killed during shelling by government forces on the town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province, as rebel fighters continue to advance, AFP/Getty Images 39/40 Syria crisis Syrian Civil Defence members put up a cage around a dozen children as they search for victims in the rebel-held town of Azaz, in the northern Idlib province Getty 40/40 Syria crisis A Syrian woman reacts as she sits inside a mosque to pray at the damaged the Al-Islah al-Zaraye mosque which was hit by airstrikes by the Syrian government, in Makkah city, northern Idlib province AFP 1/40 2000 Abu Musab al-Zarqawi (pictured here) forms an al-Qaeda splinter group in Ira더킹카지노q, al-Qa'eda in Iraq. Its brutality from the beginning alienates Iraqis and many al-Qaeda leaders. 2/40 2006 Al-Zarqawi is killed in a U.S. strike. Al-Zarqawi's successor, Abu Ayyub al-Masri, announces the creation of the Islamic State in Iraq (ISI). Reuters 3/40 2009 Still al-Qaeda-linked ISI claims responsibility for suicide bombings that killed 155 in Baghdad, as well as attacks in August and October killing 240, as President Obama announces troop withdrawal from Iraq in March. Getty Images 4/40 2010 Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi becomes head of ISI, at lowest ebb of Islamist militancy in Iraq, which sees last U.S. combat brigade depart. 5/40 2012 In Syria, protests (pictured here starting in Daree) have morphed into what president Assad labelled a "real war" with emergence of a coalition of forces opposed to Assad's regime. Syria group Jabhat al-Nusra are among rebel groups who refuse to join, denouncing it as a 우리카지노"conspiracy". Bombings targeting Shia areas, killing more than 500 people, spark fears of new sectarian conflict. Sunni Muslims stage p더킹카지노rotests across country against what they see as increasingly marginalisation by Shia-led government. AP 6/40 2013 Al-Baghdadi renames ISI as the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or Isis, as the group absorbs Syrian al-Nusra, gaining a foothold in Syria. In response, al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri (Bin Laden's successor) concerned abou