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NEW YORK The 17th century painting «Girl with a Pearl Earring» is coming to a New York City museum 바카라사이트 this fall.

The Frick Collection will show Johannes Vermeer’s portrait of the girl with an enigmatic gaze from Oct. 22 to Jan. 19. The exhibition will include 15 other Old Dutch masterpieces.

They’re on loan from the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis in the Hague. The Dutch museum hasn’t lent a large body of works in nearly 30 years.

A larger version of the exhibition had its U.S. premiere at the de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco earlier this year. It also traveled to the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.

«Girl with a Pearl Earring» last visited the U.S. during a 1996 Vermeer retrospective at the National Gallery in Washington.

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«The families of James Foley, Steven Sotloff, David Haines, and Alan Henning remain in our daily thoughts and prayers, and we pray for the safe return of all remaining captives held by all sides of the Syrian civil war.» This Friday marked 6 weeks since the last ISIS video threatening to kill Kassig

BEIRUT — The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, or ISIL) released a graphic video on Sunday in which a black-clad militant claimed to have beheaded U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, who was captured last year and changed his name to Abdul-Rahman while in captivity.

The militant was standing over a severed head, but it was not immediately possible to confirm that it was Kassig, 26, who was pictured in the video.

President Obama confirmed Kassig’s death in a statement released Sunday aboard Air Force One en route to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland offering prayers and condolences to Kassig’s parents and family.

«Abdul Rahman was taken from us in an act of pure evil by a terrorist group that the world rightly associates with inhumanity,» the president said.

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The video, which was posted on websites used by the group in the past, appeared to be the latest in a series of blood-soaked messages to the U.S. warning of further brutality if it does not abandon its air campaign in Iraq and Syria.

«This is Peter Edward Kassig, a U.S. citizen, of your country; Peter who fought against the Muslims in Iraq, while serving as a soldier,» the militant says near the end of the nearly 16-minute video. He speaks in an audible British accent despite his voice being distorted to make it more difficult to identify him.

The main speaker in the video identifies their location as Dabiq, a small town in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, near the Turkish border.

The video also shows what appears to be the mass beheading of several Syrian soldiers captured by the group. The militants warn that U.S. soldiers will meet a similar fate.

«We say to you, Obama…you claim to have withdrawn from Iraq four years ago,» the militant said. «Here you are: you have not withdrawn. Rather, you hid some of your forces behind your proxies,» he said, apparently referring to Western-backed Syrian rebels, Kurdish fighters and the Iraqi military.

«Here we are, burying the first American crusader in Dabiq, eagerly waiting for the remainder of your armies to arrive.»

Kassig, a former U.S. Army Ranger, was providing medical aid to Syrians fleeing the civil war when he was captured inside Syria on Oct. 1, 2013. His friends say he converted to Islam in captivity and took the first name Abdul-Rahman.

So far, ISIS has beheaded four Western captives in mass-distributed videos: American reporter James Foley; American-Israeli journalist Steven Sotloff; aid worker and former U.K. air force engineer David Haines; and Alan Henning, a taxi driver from northwest England, an aid worker in Syria.

The latest video did not show the person identified as Kassig being beheaded. Unlike previous videos, it did not show other Western captives or directly threaten to behead anyone else.

The group also holds British photojournalist John Cantlie, who has been shown in several videos delivering long statements in English on the group’s behalf, perhaps under duress. They are also reportedly holding a female American aid worker.

Kassig’s family released a statement after confirmation from the U.S. government, praising their son and hoping for the release of other captives.

«We are heartbroken to learn that our son, Abdul-Rahman Peter Kassig, has lost his life as a result of his love for the Syrian people and his desire to ease their suffering. Our heart also goes out to the families of the Syrians who lost their lives, along with our son,» they said. «We are incredibly proud of our son for living his life according to his humanitarian calling. We will work every day to keep his legacy alive as best we can.»

«We remain heartbroken, also, for the families of the other captives who did not make it home safely,» the statement continued. «The families of James Foley, Steven Sotloff, David Haines, and Alan Henning remain in our daily thoughts and prayers, and we pray for the safe return of all remaining captives held by all sides of the Syrian civil war.»

This Friday marked 6 weeks since the last ISIS video threatening to kill Kassig. That is the longest stretch of time between the release and a beheading since ISIS started killing Westerners on camera this summer.

There had been reason to believe that Kassig was alive until very recently, reports CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan. Sources also tell CBS News ‎that an online campaign by friends, family to speak of Peter’s conversion and help of fellow Muslims had been driving debate in the jihadist community regarding the morality of execution.

The video emerged just minutes after President Barack Obama departed Australia for the U.S. The president was in Australia for the Group of 20 economic summit.

«Like Jim Foley and Steven Fotloff before him, his life and deeds stand in stark contrast to everything that ISIL represents,» Mr. Obama said in his statement, using an alternate acronym for the group. «While ISIL revels in the slaughter of innocents, including Muslims, and is bent only on sowing death and destruction, Abdul-Rahman was a humanitarian who worked to save the lives of Syrians injured and dispossessed by the Syrian conflict…ISIL’s actions represent no faith, least of all the Muslim faith which Abdul- Rahman adopted as his own.»

On Sunday evening, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel also condemned Kassig’s execution in a statement.

«His brutal murder is one more reminder of ISIL’s ruthless barbarity; there is no starker contrast between the inhumanity of ISIL and the bright and generous spirit of the young man they murdered,» said Hagel.

Kassig formed the aid organization Special Emergency Response and Assistance, or SERA, in Turkey to provide aid and assistance to Syrian refugees. He began delivering food and medical supplies to Syrian refugee camps in 2012 and 카지노사이트 is also a trained medical assistant who provided trauma care to wounded Syrian civilians. His friends say he helped train 150 civilians in providing medical aid.

ISIS has beheaded and shot dead hundreds of captives — mainly Syrian and Iraqi soldiers — during its sweep across the two countries, and has celebrated its mass killings in a series of slickly produced, extremely graphic videos.

The group has declared an Islamic caliphate in the areas under its control in Syria and Iraq, which it governs according to an extremely violent interpretation of Shariah law.

The U.S. began launching air strikes in Iraq and Syria earlier this year in a bid to halt the group’s rapid advance and eventually degrade and destroy it.

The fight against the militant group adds another layer to Syria’s complex civil war, now in its fourth year, which began as an uprising against President Bashar Assad.

ISIS emerged from the remains of al Qaida in Iraq and spread to Syria, where it battled both government forces and rebel groups as it carved out its self-styled Islamic state.

In June the group swept into northern Iraq, capturing about a third of the country, including the second largest city Mosul, and eventually prompting the U.S. to resume military operations in the country less than three years after withdrawing. In September the U.S. expanded the air campaign to Syria.

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It was the probably one of the music industry’s worst-kept secrets and arguably one of the biggest letdowns.

Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick of *NSYNC did reunite at the2013 MTV Video Music Awards as had been speculated for days. But the boy band only performed together for a few seconds.

Timberlake, the evening’s Video Vanguard Award recipient, performed a series of solo hits before *NSYNC emerged onstage for an extremely short, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it rendition of «Bye Bye Bye» and «Girlfriend.»

Following the performance, comedian Kevin Hart hit the stage and took a few jabs at the boy band, saying the guys had gained some weight and had a difficult time moving around the stage.

Last week, reports spread that the boy band, who hadn’t performed together in 10 years, would reunite for the VMAs at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Bass didn’t confirm or deny the report in an interview with Siriux/XM last week. But on Saturday, another clue surfaced: *NSYNC joined Twitter a day before the awards show:

Mic check, mic check one.. two… is this thing on?!

The mics were definitely on, but for 카지노사이트 *NSYNC, they weren’t turned up for long.

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Others will finally wake up.» More in Movies «Suspiria» will hit theaters in New York and Los Angeles on Oct

Amazon Studios dropped the first trailer for «Suspiria,» Luca Guadagnino’s follow-up to «Call Me By Your Name.» The director’s upcoming film sets a markedly different tone: «Suspiria» is a remake of an Italian supernatural horror film from 1977 by director Dario Argento. 

The upcoming movie is full of Hollywood’s buzziest young stars, with Dakota Johnson as the lead and Mia Goth and Chloe Grace Moretz in supporting roles. Johnson plays an American student who has joined a dance company abroad, which appears to host a coven of witches Johnson’s character finds herself in the midst of a bloodbath. Tilda Swinton plays the school’s artistic director, Madame Blanc. Jessica Harper, the original star of «Suspiria,» is also part of the remake’s cast. 

The film’s description teases: «A darkness swirls at the center of a world-renowned dance company, one that will engulf the artistic director, an ambitious young dancer, and a grieving psychotherapist. Some will succumb to the nightmare. Others will finally wake up.»

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«Suspiria» will hit theaters in New York and Los Angeles on Oct. 26 and expand 바카라사이트 nationwide on Nov. 2.  

Watch the dark trailer below. 

Amazon Studios first released gruesome footage from the film at CinemaCon in April that defied attendees not to lose their lunch. The scene featured Johnson as she practices ballet. But with each pirouette, a dancer in another studio is literally ripped apart, descending into a mess of broken bones, urine, spittle, and blood.

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«When I think of my musical heroes of yesteryear, or the younger stars of this year, I am reminded that it is true we learn from the ones ahead of us, and teach the ones that follow

Randy Travis is on the mend and gearing up to release a new album this fall.

The seven-time Grammy winner, who was hospitalizedwith the heart condition viral cardiomyopathy in July, plans to unveil «Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am» on Oct. 1. It’s unclear when Travis recorded the tracks, but according to a press release, the album will pay tribute to the artists who were instrumental in building Travis’ musical career, including Merle Haggard, George Jones and Lefty Frizzell, among others.

«When I think of my musical heroes of yesteryear, or the younger stars of this year, I am reminded that it is true we learn from the ones ahead of us, and teach the ones that follow. They are the reason I chose to make this album,» Travis said in a statement.

Earlier this year, Travis released «Tonight I’m Playin’ Possum,» a duet with Joe Nichols that honored to his longtime friend, the late George Jones.

Travis, 54, spent three weeks in the hospital this summer after he was admitted with congestive heart failure and 바카라사이트 later suffered a stroke.

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«Taking each part separately, there’s something for everyone to hate

Union leaders quickly balked at a requirement that all Californians have insurance, calling it a tax on the middle class. A demand that all but the smallest businesses offer their workers insurance upset many of Schwarzenegger’s business allies.

«I look forward to everyone now having those debates,» Schwarzenegger said via videolink to a panel of health care stakeholders who assembled Monday to hear his plan. «There are a lot of people around the table.»

Under the proposal, all Californians must have insurance, although the poorest will be subsidized. Those who go uncovered will be subject to tax penalties.

Businesses with 10 or more employees will have to offer insurance to their workers or pay 4 percent of their payroll into a state fund. Smaller firms, which the governor’s office said make up 80 percent of California businesses, will be exempt.

Bonnie Nijst, who owns a small advertising agency, fears forcing businesses to provide health insurance will cost jobs and drive companies out of state.

«I don’t think anyone is disagreeing that the healthcare system is broken but I don’t think you fix something by breaking something else,» Nijst told CBS News correspondent Sandra Hughes.

Insurers would no longer be allowed to deny coverage to people because of their medical problems. All children, regardless of their immigration status, will be covered through an expansion of the state and federal Healthy Families program.

«If you can’t afford it, the state will help you buy it. But you must be insured,» said the governor, who presides over a state with more uninsured people than any other. «That is number one.»

Schwarzenegger said his plan will save $10 billion a year by cutting costs and redirecting money already in the health care system.

Many applauded the breadth and ambition of the Republican governor’s plan, which a special team of advisers spent six months developing in secret.

Several experts said it went even further than Massachusetts, which last year became the first state to require everyone to have health insurance.

«This plan one-ups Massachusetts,» said Peter Harbage, 바카라사이트 a health care consultant with the New America Foundation. «The governor has gone further and added doctors, hospitals and health plans» to those who must help pay.

The state will subsidize the estimated 1.2 million low-income people who do not currently qualify for coverage. They would be able to buy insurance through a state-run pool and will have to make a small contribution toward their premiums.

Kim Belshe, Schwarzenegger’s health secretary, said an additional $10 billion to $15 billion will go to health care providers under Schwarzenegger’s plan. The state will increase reimbursement rates to help doctors and hospitals.

But in turn they will have to pay into the new system. Hospitals will be assessed 4 percent of their revenues, while doctors will pay 2 percent.

Insurers, seeing the possibility of 4 million to 5 million new customers, praised the proposal, despite the new restrictions it places on them, such as limiting administrative costs.

«The governor’s plan is bold, comprehensive and visionary,» said Bruce Bodaken, chairman of Blue Cross of California. «Taking each part separately, there’s something for everyone to hate. But taken as a whole, there’s a lot to like.»

But employers and doctors said they were being taxed to fund it, while unions protested that low-income workers would bear the brunt of the costs because they will be forced to buy insurance.

«This is all going to be on the backs of the individual, the workers,» said Angie Wei, a lobbyist with the California Federation of Labor.

Schwarzenegger’s decision to include an employer mandate is a blow to his business allies, who waged an expensive fight against a similar requirement just three years ago — with the governor’s help. Republicans reacted negatively.

«Imposing a new jobs tax on employers of any size and expanding costly government mandates is the wrong approach, one which will devastate our economy,» Assembly Republican leader Mike Villines said in a statement.

Democrats said they were open to the governor’s ideas. But Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, a Democrat, said if all workers are required to buy insurance, insurers will raise their prices «and ultimately make health care less affordable.»

Nunez and Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata, a Democrat, have put forth their own health reform ideas. They and the governor now begin what may be a long process of trying to achieve a compromise.

Republicans, who are in the minority, may have less of a say in whatever plan emerges unless it involves raising taxes, which requires a two-thirds majority.

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But the boy band only performed together for a few seconds

It was the probably one of the music industry’s worst-kept secrets and arguably one of the biggest letdowns.

Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick of *NSYNC did reunite at the2013 MTV Video Music Awards as had been speculated for days. But the boy band only performed together for a few seconds.

Timberlake, the evening’s Video Vanguard Award recipient, performed a series of solo hits before *NSYNC emerged onstage for an extremely short, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it rendition of «Bye Bye Bye» and «Girlfriend.»

Following the performance, comedian Kevin Hart hit the stage and took a few jabs at the boy band, saying the guys had gained some weight and had a difficult time moving around the stage.

Last week, reports spread that the boy band, who hadn’t performed together in 10 years, would reunite for the VMAs at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. Bass didn’t confirm or deny the report in an interview with Siriux/XM last week. But on Saturday, another clue surfaced: *NSYNC joined Twitter a day before the awards show:

Mic check, mic check one.. two… is this thing on?!

The mics were definitely on, but for *NSYNC, they weren’t turned up for 카지노사이트 long.

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«The sympathy factor just doesn’t run very high with the court,» Sharp said

It was the maximum sentence the boy band 카지노사이트 mogul could receive for allegedly swindling some $300 million from investors and banks since the early 1980s.

He pleaded guilty in March to two counts of conspiracy and single counts of money laundering and presenting a false claim in bankruptcy court.

«The sympathy factor just doesn’t run very high with the court,» Sharp said.

However, the judge said he would reduce Pearlman’s sentence by one month for every $1 million returned to investors. It wasn’t clear how, or if, investors would ever be compensated.

«I want to say clearly that there’s no pot of gold out there,» defense attorney Fletcher Peacock said.

The courtroom was packed with victims, some of whom gave emotional testimony. Another two dozen or so waited outside.

«Over the past nine months since my arrest, I’ve come to realize the harm that’s been done,» Pearlman said in a short courtroom statement. «I’m truly sorry and I apologize for what’s happened.»

Peacock said Pearlman meant to pay back all the investors, and noted he had returned about $103 million.

He said Pearlman got caught up in lawsuits — also alleged fraudulent business practices — over his otherwise successful entertainment ventures in the 1990s that prevented him from returning the money.

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«He really fits in an organic space really well,» Haseltine told CBSNews.com

For the members of Jars of Clay, it’s hard to believe it’s been nearly two decades since releasing their self-titled debut album.

«I don’t think any of us would have calculated that we would have done it for five years, much less 20 years,» guitarist Matt Odmark said during a recent visit to CBSNews.com. «It puts us in a very grateful place these days.»

Now Odmark, along with singer Dan Haseltine, guitarist Steve Mason and keyboardist Charlie Lowell are releasing a new album, «Inland,» on Tuesday — on the heels of 2010’s «Shelter.» For the first time, the band has officially gone «indie,» releasing the set on its own label, Gray Matters.

«These are songs for the ordinary days — when life is weighty and uncertain,» said Odmark. «It is this middle space that we have inhabited over the years. It’s where you and I do the gritty work of actually living.»

«As you move further in life you begin to deal with real limitations and real disappointments — and we found ourselves writing songs kind of exploring those themes,» added Haseltine of the Grammy-winning band.

For «Inland,» the Nashville-based band teamed with producer Tucker Martine, who has previously worked with Beth Orton, 바카라사이트 the Decemberists and My Morning Jacket.

«He really fits in an organic space really well,» Haseltine told CBSNews.com. «So coming to Jars where we sort of have a balance of electronic music and folk music, he was able to find a really good space for the album.»

Haseltine says that because Jars of Clay has been around for a while, the guys hoped to find something new and different — yet authentic — to say with their music.

Fans received a taste of the new music when lead single, «After The Fight,» was released earlier this summer, and Jars of Clay has been performing the latest songs in concert. More shows are being lined up for the fall — as these guys have no plans to slow down any time soon.

«Nobody encourages you as a 16- or 17-year-old [to] ‘Go follow that rock and roll dream.’ Everybody’s sort of like, ‘You can do that but make sure you got some sort of reliable alternatives,'» said Odmark.

For Jars of Clay, no alternatives were needed.

For more on Jars of Clay, check out our interview and in-studio performance above.

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«While ISIL revels in the slaughter of innocents, including Muslims, and is bent only on sowing death and destruction, Abdul-Rahman was a humanitarian who worked to save the lives of Syrians injured and dispossessed by the Syrian conflict…ISIL’s actions represent no faith, least of all the Muslim faith which Abdul- Rahman adopted as his own.» On Sunday evening, U.S

BEIRUT — The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, or ISIL) released a graphic video on Sunday in which a black-clad militant claimed to have beheaded U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig, who was captured last year and changed his name to Abdul-Rahman while in captivity.

The militant was standing over a severed head, but it was not immediately possible to confirm that it was Kassig, 26, who was pictured in the video.

President Obama confirmed Kassig’s death in a statement released Sunday aboard Air Force One en route to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland offering prayers and condolences to Kassig’s parents and family.

«Abdul Rahman was taken from us in an act of pure evil by a terrorist group that the world rightly associates with inhumanity,» the president said.

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The video, which was posted on websites used by the group in the past, appeared to be the latest in a series of blood-soaked messages to the U.S. warning of further brutality if it does not abandon its air campaign in Iraq and Syria.

«This is Peter Edward Kassig, a U.S. citizen, of your country; Peter who fought against the Muslims in Iraq, while serving as a soldier,» the militant says near the end of the nearly 16-minute video. He speaks in an audible British accent despite his voice being distorted to make it more difficult to identify him.

The main speaker in the video identifies their location as Dabiq, a small town in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, near the Turkish border.

The video also shows what appears to be the mass beheading of several Syrian soldiers captured by the group. The militants warn that U.S. soldiers will meet a similar fate.

«We say to you, Obama…you claim to have withdrawn from Iraq four years ago,» the militant said. «Here you are: you have not withdrawn. Rather, you hid some of your forces behind your proxies,» he said, apparently referring to Western-backed Syrian rebels, Kurdish fighters and the Iraqi military.

«Here we are, burying the first American crusader in Dabiq, eagerly waiting for the remainder of your armies to arrive.»

Kassig, a former U.S. Army Ranger, was providing medical aid to Syrians fleeing the civil war when he was captured inside Syria on Oct. 1, 2013. His friends say he converted to Islam in captivity and took the first name Abdul-Rahman.

So far, ISIS has beheaded four Western captives in mass-distributed videos: American reporter James Foley; American-Israeli journalist Steven Sotloff; aid worker and former U.K. air force engineer David Haines; and Alan Henning, a taxi driver from northwest England, an aid worker in Syria.

The latest video did not show the person identified as Kassig being beheaded. Unlike previous videos, it did not show other Western captives or directly threaten to behead anyone else.

The group also holds British photojournalist John Cantlie, who has been shown in several videos delivering long statements in English on the group’s behalf, perhaps under duress. They are also reportedly holding a female American aid worker.

Kassig’s family released a statement after confirmation from the U.S. government, praising their son and hoping for the release of other captives.

«We are heartbroken to learn that our son, Abdul-Rahman Peter Kassig, has lost his life as a result of his love for the Syrian people and his desire to ease their suffering. Our heart also goes out to the families of the Syrians who lost their lives, along with our son,» they said. «We are incredibly proud of our son for living his life according to his humanitarian calling. We will work every day to keep his legacy alive as best we can.»

«We remain heartbroken, also, for the families of the other captives who did not make it home safely,» the statement continued. «The families of James Foley, Steven Sotloff, David Haines, and Alan Henning remain in our daily thoughts and prayers, and we pray for the safe return of all remaining captives held by all sides of the Syrian civil war.»

This Friday marked 6 weeks since the last ISIS video threatening to kill Kassig. That is the longest stretch of time between the release and a beheading since ISIS started killing Westerners on camera this summer.

There had been reason to believe that Kassig was alive until very recently, reports CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan. Sources also tell CBS News ‎that an online campaign by friends, family to speak of Peter’s conversion and help of fellow Muslims had been driving debate in the jihadist community regarding the morality of execution.

The video emerged just minutes after President Barack Obama departed Australia for the U.S. The president was in Australia for the Group of 20 economic summit.

«Like Jim Foley and Steven Fotloff before him, his life and deeds stand in stark contrast to everything that ISIL represents,» Mr. Obama said in his statement, using an alternate acronym for the group. «While ISIL revels in the slaughter of innocents, including Muslims, and is bent only on sowing death and destruction, Abdul-Rahman was a humanitarian who worked to save the lives of Syrians injured and dispossessed by the Syrian conflict…ISIL’s actions represent no faith, least of all the Muslim faith which Abdul- Rahman adopted as his own.»

On Sunday evening, U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel also condemned Kassig’s execution in a statement.

«His brutal murder is one more reminder of ISIL’s ruthless barbarity; there is no starker contrast between the inhumanity of ISIL and the bright and generous spirit of the young man they murdered,» said Hagel.

Kassig formed the aid organization Special Emergency Response and Assistance, or SERA, in Turkey to provide aid and 바카라사이트 assistance to Syrian refugees. He began delivering food and medical supplies to Syrian refugee camps in 2012 and is also a trained medical assistant who provided trauma care to wounded Syrian civilians. His friends say he helped train 150 civilians in providing medical aid.

ISIS has beheaded and shot dead hundreds of captives — mainly Syrian and Iraqi soldiers — during its sweep across the two countries, and has celebrated its mass killings in a series of slickly produced, extremely graphic videos.

The group has declared an Islamic caliphate in the areas under its control in Syria and Iraq, which it governs according to an extremely violent interpretation of Shariah law.

The U.S. began launching air strikes in Iraq and Syria earlier this year in a bid to halt the group’s rapid advance and eventually degrade and destroy it.

The fight against the militant group adds another layer to Syria’s complex civil war, now in its fourth year, which began as an uprising against President Bashar Assad.

ISIS emerged from the remains of al Qaida in Iraq and spread to Syria, where it battled both government forces and rebel groups as it carved out its self-styled Islamic state.

In June the group swept into northern Iraq, capturing about a third of the country, including the second largest city Mosul, and eventually prompting the U.S. to resume military operations in the country less than three years after withdrawing. In September the U.S. expanded the air campaign to Syria.

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