Despite retreat, ISIS still earns $50 million a year from oil, says expert

November 8, 2017by Joseph Fitsanakis <img data-attachment-id="14535" data-permalink="https://intelnews.org/2017/11/08/01-2211/first-post-h-316/" data-orig-file="https://intelligencenews.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/first-post-h1.jpg?w=630" data-orig-size="629,291" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta="{" aperture data-image-title="Oil field in Syria" data-image-description=" Oil field

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Analysis: Despite tragic deaths, New York attack reveals a weakened ISIS

November 1, 2017by Joseph Fitsanakis <img data-attachment-id="14498" data-permalink="https://intelnews.org/2017/11/01/01-2207/first-post-h-314/" data-orig-file="https://intelligencenews.files.wordpress.com/2017/10/first-post-h9.jpg?w=630" data-orig-size="629,291" data-comments-opened="1" data-image-meta="{" aperture data-image-title="Lower Manhattan attack" data-image-description=" Lower Manhattan attack

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Canada’s suspension of military training operations in Iraq prompts concern about fight against ISIS

The Canadian government has put a temporary hold on training Iraqi and Kurdish forces, in the wake of fighting between

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Battle of Ramadi: Iraqi Special Operations Forces and Iraqi Army in action against ISIS

The Battle of Ramadi, also called the Fall of Ramadi, in 2014 and 2015 was part of an ISIL offensive

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Strait Talk: Turkey set to ‘expand military operations’ amid defense leadership reshuffle

Strait Talk’s correspondent Omer Kablan reports on the recent expansion of military operations and the defense shuffle. Watch more of

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