The 'ticking bombs' Islamic State left behind in Iraq

Sky News talks to European women who joined the 'caliphate' and are now caged with their children in a high-security Iraqi jail.

By John Sparks, Sky Correspondent, in Tal Keif, Iraq

Nobody has had to fight a war quite like this one.

A transnational group of religious fanatics rolled over Iraq's borders in 2014 with jeeps and guns and an all-pervasive claim on the Islamic faith.

From the old al Nuri Mosque in Mosul, the self-declared caliph of Islamic State, Abu Bakr al Baghdadi, declared himself leader of all Muslims and promised to conquer the West.

The war did not work out the way al Baghdadi...
source: The Sky News