Terrorism

How Moscow’s migrant workers became fighters for the Islamic State

“Fighters from the world’s largest terrorist group, the Islamic State of Syria and Lebanon (ISIL), have threatened to open a new front, this time in Central Asia. In April 2015, in the Tajikistani capital Dushanbe, Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov spoke of the threat of an invasion of Tajikistan by ISIL, which could, in turn, threaten Russia. “

Source: How Moscow’s migrant workers became fighters for the Islamic State – Quartz

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