Report: ISIS lost almost 25 percent of territory in Iraq and Syria

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As Russian bombers left Syria this week, researchers say the tide has turned in the fight against ISIS.

Data published by IHS on Wednesday showed that since January 2015, ISIS has lost 22 percent of its territory in Iraq and Syria. Also, it found that 8 percent of the losses were in the past three months.

A senior analyst at IHS Conflict Monitor told NBC News that the “tide of the war is turning against” ISIS.

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