UN warns Islamic State losses shouldn’t lead to complacency

The U.N. counter-terrorism chief is warning that recent losses by Islamic State extremists "should not lead to complacency at any level," saying the extremist group remains a global threat.

Vladimir Voronkov told the Security Council Monday that the threat is increased by combatants who fought with the group returning home, relocating or being released.

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