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April 7, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

CEP report referenced, "Illicit trade is burning billion-dollar holes in the East African bloc, fueled by weak border controls and systemic political corruption by private interests, new report reveals."

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April 6, 2021

"Illicit trade in East Africa is facilitating and funding extremists, terrorists and warlords, a new Counter Extremism Project (CEP) report has revealed."

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April 6, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

"East Africa—a key security partner in the war on terror and a principal engine of economic development on the African continent—is being critically undermined by illicit trade, according to the new report An Unholy Alliance: Links Between Extremism...

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April 6, 2021

"According to a new report commissioned by the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) and authored by Sir Ivor Roberts, a senior CEP senior advisor, terrorists groups continue to cash in on the illegal ivory trade to pay their soldiers."

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April 6, 2021

Illicit trade in East Africa is facilitating and funding extremists, terrorists and warlords, a new Counter Extremism Project (CEP) report has revealed.

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Fact:

On April 10, 2020, ISIS launched an attack in Homs, central Syria, killing at least 27 pro-government fighters. ISIS also took control of some neighborhoods in Al-Sukhna. 

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