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Kerry: IS Momentum 'Dissipated' by Coalition Attacks

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says Islamic State (IS) fighters in Iraq and Syria are losing momentum in the face of coalition airstrikes against them. The militants, who also are known as ISIL, have beheaded a fifth Westerner, and warned that a U.S. soldiers will meet a similar fate. Kerry said that, overall, the international campaign against ISIL has begun to have a “significant impact.”   “The momentum that ISIL built up during the summer has dissipated. It continues, yes,...

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