Turkey’s border with Syria has become the preferred crossing point for foreign fighters headed to the Islamic State. On Tuesday, Obama envoy to the anti-Islamic State coalition said Turkey should not bear all the burden of stopping that flow and that other nations must do more to stop their citizens from traveling to fight with the Islamic State.
Turkey’s border with Syria has become the preferred crossing point for foreign fighters headed to the Islamic State. On Tuesday, Obama envoy to the anti-Islamic State coalition said Turkey should not bear all the burden of stopping that flow and that other nations must do more to stop their citizens from traveling to fight with the Islamic State. Lefteris Pitarakis AP
Turkey’s border with Syria has become the preferred crossing point for foreign fighters headed to the Islamic State. On Tuesday, Obama envoy to the anti-Islamic State coalition said Turkey should not bear all the burden of stopping that flow and that other nations must do more to stop their citizens from traveling to fight with the Islamic State. Lefteris Pitarakis AP

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