Jun 27, 2018

For Obama, enforcing no-fly zone in Syria would mean war or cooperation with Assad government | Fox News

The Obama administration is boxed in by its promise to limit U.S. military engagement against Islamic State extremists, making it tough to agree to Turkey's condition for joining the fight in neighboring Syria.

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