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UN Report: ISIS, Al-Qaeda Sending Funds To Supporters, Motivate Attacks

A UN report Friday claims not only can Islamic State militants still send funds to supporters and motivate attacks in Europe and other countries despite military pressure and lack of revenue, but sister terror outfit al-Qaeda remains strong in several areas, especially West Africa, East Africa and the Arabian peninsula, International Business Times reports. The UN experts responsible for the report are monitoring sanctions against the terrorist organizations and say while the competition between ISIS and al-Qaeda continues, the “shifting alliances” among fighters “and cooperation on the tactical level in several regions also allow them to move between various groups,” …read more

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