Nov 16, 2015

Obama: Attacks 'Terrible' Setback in Islamic State Campaign - ABC News

President Barack Obama on Monday conceded that the Paris terror attacks were a "terrible and sickening setback" in the fight against the Islamic State, but showed no indication of substantially changing his approach to defeating the extremist group. "The strategy that we are putting forward...

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