Nov 16, 2015

Destroying Islamic State poses huge challenge - BuenosAiresHerald.com

Sustained military intervention in Iraq and Syria would be even more complex than it currently seems WASHINGTON — The Islamic State’s barbaric attacks in Paris are forcing an anguished reassessment by world powers that so far have lacked the political will and regional partners to defeat an organization flush with cash, equipment and volunteers. As leaders gathered in Turkey...

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