Islamic State tries to shore up relevance with Iraq carnage – BBC News

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For nearly five years, when it governed its self-declared “caliphate”, it controlled the region’s economy, extorting money from businesses, harvesting crops, pumping oil and selling it on the black market. Most importantly, it was able to lure thousands of recruits from the Middle East, Europe and Asia to join its cause.

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