Jul 23, 2015

Turkey to allow use of its soil for air strikes against ISIS

After nine months of negotiations, Turkey has agreed to let the United States use an air base in southern Turkey to launch attacks against ISIS, U.S. officials said Thursday. Turkey to permit US military access to Incirlik air base http://t.co/wXmVxOJOwB pic.twitter.com/H13Q2ksE8a — TRT World (@trtworld) July 23, 2015 The Incirlik air base is 60 miles from the Syrian border, and will allow...

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