Sep 29, 2015

Putin dismisses U.S. effort against ISIS | Washington Examiner

Russian President Vladimir Putin asserted to the United Nations on Monday that while the U.S. keeps talking about building up a local ground force to fight the Islamic State, only Syria, led by President Bashar Assad, is really taking up that fight today. We should finally acknowledge that no one but President Assad's armed forces and Kurdish militia are truly fighting the Islamic State and other...

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