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War against Islamic State expands
Craig Whitlock and William Branigin
President Obama stressed that “this is not America’s fight alone” and vowed to press the battle against “these terrorists” in concert with U.S. allies.”
Rebecca Collard and Brian Murphy
But there was no strategic coordination with the Syrian government, a State Department spokeswoman said.
In addition to a campaign against the Islamic State, the U.S. also hit a little-known but well-resourced al-Qaeda cell.
Residents inspect buildings reportedly hit by airstrikes. (Reuters)
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