As caliphate collapses, new ISIS threats emerge in Syria
Clip: 03/19/2019 | 2m 16s
After nearly five years of fighting, a U.S.-led coalition has almost completely destroyed what's known as the territorial caliphate, the Islamic pseudo-state created in Iraq and Syria by ISIS--but that doesn’t mean the end of the terror group. Amna Nawaz talks to special correspondent Jane Ferguson for an on-the-ground look at what war has left behind in Syria and the threat that remains.
Aired: 03/19/19Video has closed captioning.
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