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Pentagon: ‘Presence' of ISIL Threatens Baghdadi
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July 02, 2014 2:24 AM
Sunni militants bent on establishing an Islamic caliphate are putting pressure on Baghdad. It has nervous Iraqi officials looking for help anywhere they can find it, even if it means turning away from the United States. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon.

Pentagon: ‘Presence' of ISIL Threatens Baghdad

Published July 01, 2014

Sunni militants bent on establishing an Islamic caliphate are putting pressure on Baghdad. It has nervous Iraqi officials looking for help anywhere they can find it, even if it means turning away from the United States. VOA's Jeff Seldin reports from the Pentagon.


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