Rome has hosted a first meeting to combat the Islamic State group's funding and other financial resources.
The two-day meeting was co-chaired by the United States, Saudi Arabia and Italy. It ended Friday with an action plan that the Italian foreign ministry said aimed to "to drain the sources of income, capacity to transfer funds and, more in general, the economic stability" of the group.
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