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Islamic State Losses Prompt Central Asian Fighters to Return Home

As the Islamic State group loses territory in Iraq and Syria, many IS foreign recruits are believed to be returning to their home countries. Due to the decline in areas under the terror group's control and plunging revenues, IS struggles to pay its foreign fighters' wages. Deutsche Welle, Germany's international broadcaster, reports that this has forced some foreign fighters to return home. This trend could be most pronounced among militants in Central Asia. A Russian...

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