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Originally published by the Daily Express
Fighting has ended in the besieged city reclaimed by Syrian president Bashar al-Assad and ISIS militants face catastrophic defeat in Mosul.
But ideas that the wave of terror striking fear across Europe is about to come to an end have been rubbished by experts.
Research fellow Kyle Orton said: “It’s a matter of when, not if, ISIS revive. They aren’t finished, not by any stretch.
“The big winner from all of this is al-Qaida because they fight in the trenches with the revolutionary forces.
“We offer them very little in support. As a result the country has fast become a cauldron of terror that will cause mayhem for at least another five years.
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