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  • 'World is united' in fighting IS: Obama

    Syrians check a damaged house, reportedly hit by US-led coalition air strikes, in the village of Kfar Derian in the western Aleppo province on September 23, 2014Damascus (AFP) - US President Barack Obama said that air strikes the United States and its Arab allies unleashed against the Islamic State group in Syria send a clear message that the world is united in confronting the jihadists.


  • Fight against Syria jihadists game changer: UN envoy

    A picture released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency shows Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (R) speaking with Italian United Nations envoy on the Syrian crisis, Staffan de Mistura, after a meeting in Damascus on September 11, 2014United Nations (United States) (AFP) - The UN envoy for Syria on Tuesday called the fight against jihadists in Syria a game changer, and said US air strikes could even help ease humanitarian needs.


  • Exclusive: U.S. told Iran of intent to strike Islamic State in Syria - source

    The guided-missile cruiser USS Philippine Sea launches a Tomahawk cruise missile while conducting strike missions against ISIL targets from the Arabian GulfBy Parisa Hafezi, Louis Charbonneau and Arshad Mohammed UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States informed Iran in advance of its intention to strike Islamic State militants in Syria and assured Tehran that it would not target the forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, a senior Iranian official told Reuters. The communication, confirmed in part by a senior U.S. ...


  • Cameron says Britain cannot 'opt out' of fight against IS

    Prime Minister David Cameron speaks on September 23, 2014 at the United Nations in New YorkLondon (AFP) - Britain cannot opt out of a battle against Islamic State jihadists, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday, as newspapers reported he was considering joining air strikes targeting the group.


  • U.S. and Arab allies launch first strikes on militants in Syria

    An Islamic State militant stands next to residents as they hold pieces of wreckage from a Syrian war plane after it crashed in Raqqa, in northeast SyriaBy Phil Stewart and Tom Perry WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - The United States and its Arab allies bombed militant groups in Syria for the first time on Tuesday, killing scores of Islamic State fighters, members of a separate al Qaeda-linked group and opening a new front amid shifting Middle East alliances. The attacks encountered no objection, and even signs of tacit approval, from President Bashar al-Assad's Syrian government, which said Washington had warned Damascus in advance. ...


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