US Airstrikes Destroy More Than $500M in ISIS Cash

The U.S. believes that airstrikes in Iraq and Syria have destroyed more than $500 million in cash that ISIS used to pay its fighters and fund its terror and military operations.
0:26 | 02/18/16

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US military officials say air strikes on crisis banks in Iraq and Syria have destroyed more than 500 million dollars in cash. The loss of all that cash is putting a severe strain on the terror group's finances. In fact so much so that some crisis fighter's report their salaries have been cut by half. The airstrikes have also taken a heavy tolls on crisis and its well smuggling which provides major ripping me for its operations.

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