IS fighters expelled from Syria to face Africa and Asia - Report.
IS has been ousted following a long-running conflict in Iraq and Syria.
A British expert has warned that IS militants are re-emerging in other parts of the world, following the defeat of militants in the Middle East.
A report by Kings College London in collaboration with the Center for Global Military Studies says there is evidence that former jihadists may be approaching conflict zones.
According to the study, the terrorists are targeting Southeast Asia and Africa, a situation that has renewed security threats to the international community.
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Investigators point out that some of the responsibility for the issue rests with Western governments.
They say the West has failed to address the plight of its citizens who are flocking to another country to join IS.
In some cases, they end up in prisons in Syria and Iraq.
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