World News How gold mines pad jihadists' wallets
Islamic State, al Qaeda, and other militant groups are losing ground in the Middle East. But in Africa, they're aggressively pushing into a new source of cash and recruits: wildcat gold mining. David Lewis and Matthew Larotonda report.
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