A Tornado jet takes off from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland, as RAF Tornado jets carried out the first British bombing runs over Syria
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Who's doing what in US-led coalition against Islamic State?

Since September 2014, the US has led a multinational coalition against so-called Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq and Syria, although not all members are engaged in actual fighting.

So what exactly are the more than 60 countries in the coalition actually doing, and how did they even become part of it in the first place?

The BBC's James Robbins looks at who is doing what in this global force.

Produced by: James Robbins, Stuart Hughes, and David Botti

  • 15 Dec 2015
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