Obama meets with national security team on Syria, Islamic State

By REUTERS
October 15, 2016 07:08

President Barack Obama met on Friday with his national security team to discuss the fight against Islamic State and the war in Syria, the White House said.

Reuters had reported that in the meeting Obama and his advisers would consider military and other options in Syria as Syrian and Russian aircraft continue to pummel the city of Aleppo and other targets, US officials said.

US officials said they considered it unlikely that Obama would order US air strikes on Syrian government targets, and they stressed that he might not make any decisions at the National Security Council meeting.


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