Islamic State's Finances Cut by 30% From Last Year, Report FindsBy
U.S. airstrikes lower oil production to 21,000 barrels a day
IHS says that hurts Islamic State's ability to run territory
U.S.-led air strikes and territorial gains by forces allied with Russia and Iran have cut Islamic State’s monthly revenue by almost 30 percent over the past year, according to a report by IHS Inc.
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