Nov 15, 2015

The White House won't drastically change its ISIS strategy after the Paris attacks

The U.S. will not look to make major changes to its strategy in fighting the Islamic State in light of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris, which the extremist group has claimed responsibility for, President Obama's deputy national security adviser said Sunday. "We do not believe that there is a solution to the challenge in Syria or Iraq that involves significant numbers of U.S. combat troops...

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