Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Thursday called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Monday, Pentagon officials did not respond immediately to claims Turkey had tipped an al Qaida affiliate to plans for U.S.-trained fighters to enter Syria. The fighters were kidnapped.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Thursday called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Monday, Pentagon officials did not respond immediately to claims Turkey had tipped an al Qaida affiliate to plans for U.S.-trained fighters to enter Syria. The fighters were kidnapped. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP
Defense Secretary Ash Carter on Thursday called for Turkey to do more to contribute to the international fight against the Islamic State. On Monday, Pentagon officials did not respond immediately to claims Turkey had tipped an al Qaida affiliate to plans for U.S.-trained fighters to enter Syria. The fighters were kidnapped. Manuel Balce Ceneta AP

Syrian rebels: Turkey tipped al Qaida group to U.S.-trained fighters

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