US isolated as it vetoes UN resolution on foreign militants

The United States on Monday vetoed a UN Security Council resolution on foreign militants fighting with groups like Islamic State because it did not address repatriation, an issue that has long-pitted Washington against its European allies.
The remaining 14 council members voted in favor of the resolution drafted by Indonesia, isolating the United States.

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