Sep 17, 2015

US General: Only Handful of Syrian Fighters Remain in Battle - ABC News

Republicans and Democrats lambasted the Obama administration's strategy to combat the Islamic State group after a top U.S. general admitted that just a handful of U.S.-trained Syrian rebels are still on the battlefield fighting the militants. The four or five fighters still engaged in the...

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