The way the US is carrying the anti-ISIS war is a total failure because the countries that initially supported, financed and armed ISIS are within the US coalition right now, Talal Atrache, an expert on Jihadist and Islamist mentality, told RT.
The Iraqi rebel group could now have up to $2.38bn in cash and assets to spend after a series of victories in the north of the country. We look at how far that money could go
A series of documents discovered after an arrest has helped expose the finances of the Iraqi insurgent group Isis (the Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant), which seized control of the cities of Mosul and Tikrit last week.
[…] Any number in the billions obviously seems a lot, so we took a detailed look at how that compares with other military spending.