U.S. Special Operations Forces killed Bilal al-Sudani, a key Islamic State operative responsible for coordinating the group’s finances and activities across central, eastern, and southern Africa (and beyond).
Four ISIS money men were sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury for providing material support to Islamic State branches across Africa.
It is not immediately clear if today’s statement represents a legitimate claim from Mozambique.
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