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Strength of Islamic State forces remaining in Syria and Iraq estimated to be "anywhere from 3,000 to 7,000" fighters.
ISIS "is down, really, to its last 10 percent of territory," says envoy McGurk, while coalition training classes for Syrian fighters are full.
“What they're asking for is, why won't the United States and why won't UN and why won’t the western governments help us stay?" says former congressman.
About 6,500 ISIS fighters estimated to be left in Iraq and Syria, with the flow of foreign recruits "near zero."
A new report paints a dire picture.
In new tape, ISIS leader reminds jihadists "disbelievers" still fear attacks at home as Islamic State territory crumbles.
"There is no need to be angry and issue threats," Kurdish president says to Iraqi government, which demands airports and oil revenue.
The Syrian Democratic Forces said this week they've taken more than 80 percent of Raqqa, and McGurk declared "the end is now in sight."
On Iran: "That deal is an embarrassment... and I don't think you've heard the last of it."
"Show world leaders the value of a safe, welcoming home for those fleeing unthinkable situation" with Airbnb residents from Syria, Somalia, Vietnam.
Osama's son to fellow millennials: "Either Islam shall live honorably or we shall die."