The ISIS chiefs have held back millions to finance a new wave of attacks against Britain and the West – the terrorist group is being eliminated once and for all.
U.N. Experts believe that the group has saved around $ 300 million in bulk – with a reporting warning it is used to "finance larger attacks as soon as the opportunity arises."
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The warning ISIS face is finally defeated in Syria, while fighters backed by British and US special forces are nearing homicide.
On Monday, the Kurdish-led coalition forces fought to evacuate the village of Baghouz, where the remaining jihadis are in fortified positions.
But the operation was slowed by land mines and sniper fire as fighters frantically struggled to ward off the attack.
A report by the UN Security Council on the threat of ISIS warned that up to 18,000 armed terrorists were ready to fight until death.
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