Sep 28, 2015

French Planes Hit Islamic State Targets in Syria | PJ Tatler

President Francois Hollande told reporters at the UN that French warplanes struck Islamic State targets in Syria for the first time because ISIS 'threatened the security of our country.'France has a modest role in the air campaign against ISIS in Iraq and had been giving material support to some rebels in Syria, including the Kurds. But with Russia now active militarily in Syria, Hollande...

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