October 24, 2014 -- Updated 1138 GMT (1938 HKT) Edited by Nick Thompson in London

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Life under ISIS in Raqqa, the group's power base in Syria, is a living nightmare for many -- but despite the group's crushing of dissent, there remain a courageous few who are taking a stand. FULL STORY

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The main terminal of Tegel Airport in Berlin.
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