The UN Independent International Commission of Inquiry has issued its latest terrorism report. It paints a devastating picture of the methods used by ISIS, concluding that the group “seeks to subjugate civilians under its control and dominate every aspect of their lives through terror, indoctrination, and the provision of services to those who obey.”
The UN Security Council is urging countries to deny ISIS and other extremist groups their sources of money and fighters by shutting down oil trade, refusing ransom payments, tightening security checks. The report that recommends new sanctions, but warns that sanctions alone not enough to counter the global terror threat.
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