ISIS has released a new video that shows its fighters holding captives.
In the video, the militant group is seen with two men tied up.
One of them, known as Abu Abdallah, is kneeling and the other is holding a man who appears to be about 30 years old.
One of the captives, identified as Abdallah and a woman, is being filmed by a man known as Mohammed.
The two men are not identified, but both appear to be ISIS fighters.
The video was released late Tuesday by the group’s official news agency Amaq.
The release comes amid the U.S.-led coalition targeting the group with air strikes and special forces raids.
The U.N. Security Council on Tuesday called for an end to the coalition strikes.