With the ISIS Camp City in Baghuz evacuated, journalists have been allowed to enter the area to witness the destitute remnants of the so-called Caliphate that once held dominion across much of Iraq and Syria.
A steady stream of so-called Islamic State (ISIS) "brides" and their children continue to arrive at the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)-controlled al-Hol Camp, a sprawling desert camp designed to house less than a sixth of their number.
The SDF continues to make gains against the last enclave of ISIS militants in Syria. The group recently captured the villages of Mozan, Safafinah and Baghuz Fawqani and are now pushing towards its last stronghold of Marashidah.
The Syrian Democratic Forces' offensive against ISIS in Deir ez-Zour gains momentum following the capture of the town of Hajin from the militants. Although heavy fighting continues, the militant defences appear to be crumbling.