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U.S. plans 'credible,' persistent campaign against Islamic State
U.S. plans 'credible,' persistent campaign against Islamic State

President Obama said Tuesday that he will "do what's necessary" to fight the Sunni Muslim extremists targeted in a fierce round of U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria and that he'll do so with the support of regional partners whose coordinated bombing makes it "clear to the world that this is not America's fight alone." Speaking just before his departure for New York to meet with world leaders at the United Nations, Obama said the bombings he ordered overnight had the support of Arab coalition partners. "America's proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with these nations," Obama told reporters at the White House, recalling that when he first...

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