It has been than a year since US President Donald J. Trump took to Twitter to declare victory over the Islamic State, but new reports indicate that the more than 18,000 ISIS fighters are still in the field and are beginning to establish new bases of operation to carry out guerrilla attacks across Iraq and Syria.

ISIS fighters who escaped capture or death have, according to both the New York Times and AI-Monitor, reconstituted and are now capable of carrying out assassinations, ambushes, kidna...


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