A HUGE army of Isis fighters may still be alive and preparing for a violent comeback by the end of this year, the UN warns.
In Syria, where the death cult’s stronghold was toppled in March, a covert network is spreading and sleeper cells are being established at the provincial level, a report concludes.
The authors raise concerns about up to 30,000 foreigners who travelled to the so-called caliphate to fight and who may still be alive.
The report said: “Their future prospects will be of international concern for the foreseeable future.“Some may join al-Qaida or other terrorist brands that may emerge. Some will become leaders or radicalisers.”