Dec 02, 2015

UK Parliament to vote on expanded attacks on Islamic State

LONDON (AP) — The British Parliament is set to decide Wednesday whether to take more aggressive action against Islamic State extremists even as U.S. officials announced additional forces would be sent to the region as part of a global push against the radical group. The British vote would authorize the Royal Air Force to launch airstrikes against suspected IS positions inside Syria, allowing it...

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