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Post by claud39 on Sat Dec 22, 2018 1:32 pm

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US newspaper: money evading escape through a network of banks in four countries, including Iraq
22/12/2018

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The money is being smuggled out of Iraq and Syria through a network of banks linked to Turkey, the United Arab Emirates and Iraq and Syria, the Washington Post reported on Saturday.

"Although a year has passed since the collapse of the so-called succession, the organization is still sitting on a mountain of stolen gold and cash hidden by leaders calling for funding terrorist operations and ensuring the terrorist organization remains for years to come," said the intelligence and counterterrorism officials. "He said.

"With the withdrawal of fighters from their former strongholds in Iraq and Syria, they have carried with them large amounts of Western currency, Iraqi and gold, which experts estimate the amount of about 400 million dollars, almost all of them looted from banks or criminal projects."

"A new vision of the terrorist organization's financial assets has emerged in raids over the last few weeks on businesses in Baghdad and Erbil, where investigators are tracking millions of dollars flowing through banking networks with links to Turkey and the UAE as well as Iraq and Syria," he said.

Kurdish officials, for their part, have said that "a stream of duplicitous funds leads to a stunning system of legal businesses, including real estate companies, hotels and car import agencies. In one case, money was used to buy stakes in car wash."

"While some treasures have been buried or hidden, the leaders of the terrorist group have washed tens of millions of dollars by investing in legal work throughout the Middle East over the past year, while analysts say the funds are partly intended to fund the return In the future. " Ending / 25 z
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