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Iraqi PM to Obama: Give us aid to finish Isis

Tuesday, 14 April 2015 21:39 Written by
President Barack Obama speaks during his meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Photo / AP Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi made a personal appeal to US President Barack Obama in Washington yesterday for more funds to help the
Boehner: Obama not likely to get ISIS war authority
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 18:13 Written by
Washington (CNN)House Speaker John Boehner said the debate over a new war resolution was stalled in Congress and it would be "virtually impossible" to pass the authorization President Barack Obama sent in February to fight the terror group ISIS. "Until the President gets serious about fighting the fight, until he has a strategy that makes sense, there's no reason for us to give him less authority than what he has today. Which is what he's
Obama promises Iraqi prime minister more humanitarian aid for refugees
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 16:27 Written by
Barack Obama and his Iraqi counterpart Haider al-Abadi discussed US concerns over Iran’s growing influence in the Middle East on Tuesday, as the US president promised an extra $200m in humanitarian aid for refugees displaced by the military campaign against Islamic State fighters. After “extensive” discussions on the issue during the first visit to Washington by new Iraqi prime minister Abadi, Obama said he expects any foreign forces combating Isis to report to the
Iraqi prime minister asks Obama for more military aid in fight against Isis
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 14:28 Written by
Barack Obama and his Iraqi counterpart Haider al-Abadi discussed US concerns over Iran’s growing influence in the Middle East on Tuesday, as the US president promised an extra $200m in humanitarian aid for refugees displaced by the military campaign against Islamic State fighters. After “extensive” discussions on the issue during the first visit to Washington by new Iraqi prime minister Abadi, Obama said he expects any foreign forces combating Isis to report to the
Pro-ISIS activists release cartoon of Obama being beheaded by 'Jihadi John'
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 10:27 Written by
“Jihadi John” has surfaced again – this time in a cartoon released over the weekend by pro-ISIS activists that depicts the masked executioner beheading President Obama. The clip, posted Saturday by the Fadhaeh Al-'Ilmaniyya group, is titled “A Message to America,” according to the Middle East Media Research Institute. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT In the video, the cartoon Obama is shown kneeling in front of “Jihadi John” with the caption “the knife has
Obama to discuss fight against Isis with Iraqi prime minister
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 04:16 Written by
The Iraqi prime minister, Haider al-Abadi, and Barack Obama will discuss the fight against Islamic State at a White House meeting likely to be dominated by Iraqi requests for US arms and tension over Iran’s role on the battlefield. In his first US trip since becoming prime minister, Abadi is expected to seek billions of dollars worth of drones and other US weapons to combat Isis, which seized much of northern and central
Official: U.S. action may go beyond Iraq and Syria
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 01:51 Written by
Story highlightsObama's point man in ISIS fight doesn't rule out U.S. military action beyond Iraq and SyriaBrett McGurk: Iraqi leader making progress with Sunni tribes in planned Anbar offensive Washington (CNN)ISIS is a problem that is "off the charts historically" and has sent the United States into "uncharted territory" when it comes to putting down the terror group, the Obama administration's point man in the fight recently told CNN. The
ISIS battle to dominate US-Iraq White House talks
Tuesday, 14 April 2015 01:27 Written by
In this file photo, US President Barack Obama (R) meets with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi during a bilateral meeting during the 69th session of the United
ISIS problem 'off the charts'
Monday, 13 April 2015 21:23 Written by
Story highlightsObama's point man in ISIS fight doesn't rule out U.S. military action beyond Iraq and SyriaBrett McGurk: Iraqi leader making progress with Sunni tribes in planned Anbar offensive Washington (CNN)ISIS is a problem that is "off the charts historically" and has sent the United States into "uncharted territory" when it comes to putting down the terror group, the Obama administration's point man in the fight recently told CNN. The
U.S. official calls ISIS a problem 'off the charts historically'
Monday, 13 April 2015 19:51 Written by
By Jim Sciutto Chief National Security Correspondent WASHINGTON (CNN) -- ISIS is a problem that is "off the charts historically" and has sent the United States into "uncharted territory" when it comes to putting down the terror group, the Obama administration's point man in the fight recently told CNN. The comments, which Brett McGurk made in an exclusive interview, were some of the administration's strongest to date in describing the challenge the United States and
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