Oct 05, 2018

Obama: U.S. providing more military support to Iraq

President Barack Obama said in an interview broadcast on Monday that the United States is providing more support to Iraq as its military moves to take back territory from ISIS, and he expects the city of Mosul will be retaken eventually. "As we see the Iraqis willing to fight and gaining ground, let’s make sure that we are providing them more support," Obama said in an interview with CBS News...

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