Islamic State Claims Responsibility for Attack in Resorts World Manila

The Islamic State (ISIS) has claimed responsibility for an attack on a hotel and casino complex in Metro Manila that injured at least 30 people. The group said that it was their lone wolf operative that sprayed gunfire and burned several casino tables, though the police pointed to robbery as the more probable motive after millions of gambling chips got stolen. The attacker, described as Caucasian, later burned himself to death in a room…

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