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The United States has announced sanctions against 35 people in groups associated with Islamic state movement to try to cut off their sources of funding. From New York, Barbara Plett Usher has the details. “The sanctions are aimed at disrupting how Islamic state operates. They target financial, logistical and recruiting operatives. And they demonstrate how widely the group has spread its influence. The list includes regional spinoffs from Egypt to the Russian Caucasus, and individuals from Indonesia to Pakistan, as well as a number from Britain and France. Some of them including the Britons were among those added to the UN's al-Qaeda sanction list this week. The announcement in Washington coincided with the UN summit on expanding the fight against terrorism chaired by President Barack Obama.” Barbara Plett Usher reporting. You are listening to world news from the BBC.
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