Islamic State: How Jordan is tackling jihadist threat
Islamic State's recent capture of the Iraqi city of Ramadi in Anbar province shocked many in the region who thought the jihadists were on the back foot.
No more so than in Jordan which neighbours Anbar and is on the front line battling IS.
The BBC's security correspondent Frank Gardner travels to the Jordanian-Iraqi border to see how Jordan is tackling the extremist threat.
26 May 2015