Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Iraq’s former finance minister said that Islamic State is on the verge of bankruptcy and is now running out of money and struggling to pay its fighters.
During the terrorist group’s heyday, IS would get almost $4.3 million out of their huge web of criminal enterprises around the world to finance their network.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Basque civil society groups will fully disarm the separatist group ETA by April 8, a French environmental activist with ties to the Basque community promised Friday.
The militants announced a permanent cease-fire in 2011, but the governments of Spain and France have so far refused to take part in its disarmament because ETA tied it to the future of its militants, both in and out of jail. The two countries have demanded that ETA lay down its weapons without conditions and disband.
Monday, March 27, 2017
Fighters from the Kamwina Nsapu group attacked a police convoy where six policemen who spoke the local Tshiluba were freed, but the rest were killed.
“They ambushed the policemen as they traveled from Tshikapa to Kananga”, Ambrose Muwasa, a senior security officer, told the Anadolu Agency.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Sixteen rebels were killed and 24 wounded in 24 hours of air raids by the Saudi-led coalition targeting the insurgents in Yemen.
The Houthi rebels were killed in air strikes on an airbase and arms depot in the east of the rebel-held Hodeidah province since Friday, a military official said.