Sep 29, 2015

Obama Says Fight Against Islamic State Group Will Take Time - ABC News

President Barack Obama on Tuesday pledged all possible tools — military, intelligence and economic — to defeat the Islamic State group, but acknowledged the extremist group has taken root in Syria and Iraq, is resilient and continues to expand. Obama spoke as chairman of a U.N. gathering of...

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