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But the SDF continued its offensive and in February 2019 launched the final siege on ISIS forces in Baghouz, the last holdout. Baghouz fell on March 23, 2019, formally ending the caliphate’s claim to any territory.What happened to ISIS?
Note: See the updated video briefing by Charles Lister, " The End of the ISIS Caliphate ," published March 26, 2019 for an update on the final territorial collapse of ISIS. After years of international intervention, ISIS was routed from its Iraqi stronghold in Mosul and from its so-called capital in the Syrian city of Raqqa last year.What is Isis?
ISIS is a powerful terrorist militant group that has seized control of large areas of the Middle East.How many ISIS fighters are still in Iraq and Syria?
Although there is little concern that the Islamic State will reclaim its former physical territory, a caliphate that was once the size of Britain and controlled the lives of up to 12 million people, the terrorist group has still mobilized as many as 18,000 remaining fighters in Iraq and Syria.