'We were prisoners' Kansas teen forced into ISIS speaks

Since she's a minor, CBS News chose not to reveal her name.

'We were prisoners. We were just quiet.

'Be glad your head isn't chopped off'.

Her mother, she thinks, is still in the U.S.

"When you walk outside there's intestines on the street".

The young girl said that the father of her unborn child is dead. There's a leg, ' she said.

Nonetheless, she is looking forward to motherhood.

USA forces along with Syrian militias are days away from liberating Raqqa, the self-proclaimed capital of ISIS and the terror group's last stronghold in the country.

"I still have hope, hope to go to school, hope to be a normal person, hope to be a mother to my child", she said.

But the coalition would not support any negotiated withdrawal of fighters, he said. (But) we're jumping ahead of anything that's being discussed right now.as (the council) try to get civilians out, ' he told Reuters by phone.

Between 300 and 400 militants are believed to be holed up in about 4 square kilometers of Raqqa, including in the city's stadium and a hospital, he said.

'The foreign fighters (in IS), we fully expect them to fight till the end - there's a hard core of (foreign) fighters.

"We have seen a trend of [Daesh] surrendering over these last months, about four to five per week. including emirs and leaders", said Dillon, adding that others were captured trying to blend in with departing civilians.

Most of the Raqqa city center has come under SDF control.

Near Raqqa, Williams encountered a group of women who recently escaped ISIS territory.