Sanctions have been imposed on three people and three companies by the United States of America for supporting a terrorist organization (the Islamic state). According to the information our correspondent gathered, the three companies are in Philippines, Turkey and Somalia, they are also accused of purchasing parts for unmanned aircraft. Abdulpatta Escalon Abubakar was accused of providing financial and material support for Islamic State and its network in the Philippines. Yunus Emre Sakarya and Profesyoneller Elektronik (his Turkey-based company) were sanctioned for buying parts for unmanned aircraft for Islamic State. United States also imposed sanctions on Mohamed Mire Ali Yusuf and his companies (Liibaan Trading and Al Mutafaq Commercial Company) for allegedly supporting Islamic State in Somalia.
Source: Viewers Corner News.