ISIS reportedly gaining strength in Syria

A new Pentagon report warns ISIS is "reconstituting and transforming" into an insurgency in Syria, just as it has in Iraq.
1:14 | 08/07/19

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Overseas to new concerns about ISIS gaining strength in Syria. A new report from the Pentagon is raising the alarm. Our senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell has the very latest. Good morning, Ian. Reporter: Yeah, good morning, Michael. This is what many people feared and warned would happen. The u.s.-led coalition estimating there are between 14,000 and 18,000 fighters still active. Now this new Pentagon report warning that ISIS has resurgence and is active in the huge camp for internally displaced families. Last month mothers and family raising the black flag of ISIS. We're not talking about the caliphate but instead this is about what the report calls ISIS transforming into an insurgency in Syria so seeing things as we have in Iraq like targeted assassination, ambushes and suicide bombings. This comes as America's kurdish allies in the region leading the fight against ISIS warning if Turkey sends troops across the border into their area which Turkey is threatening to do they will no longer be able to guard 10,000 ISIS prisoners currently in jails there. The buildup there, tense. We move to the latest on that severe storm system that

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