NATO says was not involved in US-led strikes on Islamic State

By REUTERS
September 23, 2014 12:02

 
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BRUSSELS - NATO said on Tuesday it was not involved in US-led strikes on Islamic State targets in Syria.

"There is no NATO involvement," an alliance official said in response to a query from Reuters.

The United States and Arab allies hit Islamic State targets including training camps, headquarters and weapon supplies in northern and eastern Syria in dozens of air and missile strikes on Tuesday, the US military and a monitoring group said.

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