Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Thursday, the Pentagon announced that dependents of U.S. service members and diplomats would be allowed to leave Turkey at government expense because of increased threat there from the Islamic State.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Thursday, the Pentagon announced that dependents of U.S. service members and diplomats would be allowed to leave Turkey at government expense because of increased threat there from the Islamic State. MANUEL BALCE CENETA The Associated Press
Defense Secretary Ash Carter has called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Thursday, the Pentagon announced that dependents of U.S. service members and diplomats would be allowed to leave Turkey at government expense because of increased threat there from the Islamic State. MANUEL BALCE CENETA The Associated Press

U.S. sets voluntary evacuation for dependents in Turkey

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