Participants attend the conference to discuss ways to combat financing for Daesh and Al-Qaida, at the OECD headquarters in Paris, Thursday. (Philippe Wojazer, Pool via AP)
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French authorities have identified 416 people who gave money to Daesh (ISIS), France's top anti-terror prosecutor said Thursday, as dozens of ministers met to discuss how to cut off funds for militants.Francois Molins said that French security services had identified 416 French donors to Daesh and had also detected 320 fundraisers mainly based in Turkey and Libya who transferred the money to the militants.A French presidential official briefing journalists ahead of the terror funding conference this week said that Daesh income was estimated at about one billion dollars (820 million euros) a year between 2014-2016 .
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