The women of the Islamic State group
As the Islamic State group crumbles in Iraq, we take a look at what happens to its female members; some having taken a key role in torturing or abusing its victims. Also the fallout of the Syrian civil war means three million Syrian refugees are now living in Turkey. We talk to Istanbul-based journalist, Fariba Nawa, about how that is leading to a rise in child marriage. Plus how anger in Turkey is growing over changes to laws that now allow religious officials to officiate at weddings.