Iraq, Coalition Discuss Campaign to Fight IS

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said Tuesday that pro-government forces were not getting enough support from an international coalition helping Iraq battle Islamic State militants.

He spoke in Paris before meeting with coalition foreign ministers to discuss the strategy for fighting IS after the militant group's recent gains.

Abadi said there needs to be more intelligence, and that the number of foreign fighters crossing into Iraq has not slowed down despite a coalition goal to stop them from joining the Islamic State group. READ MORE OF THIS STORY

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