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- UNSC will bring a resolution to ramp up sanctions against the Islamic State and cut off its revenue flows.
- The draft resolution is expected to win unanimous backing from the 15-member council.
- It calls on governments to adopt laws that make the financing of IS and of foreign fighters who join its ranks a serious criminal offense.
- It seeks vigorous and decisive cut in the flow of funds, and other financial assets and economic resources including oil and antiquities to the IS group.