ISIS has changed the way it travels and communicates, according to U.S. Central Command.
The New York Times reported that nearly 5,000 chemical weapons had been secretly recovered in Iraq over the last decade, causing concern that more may be up for grabs
“It’s not that we’re taking our feet of the gas pedal in terms of doing more to have an impact,” Psaki said. “But we still have to maintain our overarching strategic objectives.”
Speaking at the U.S. military headquarters, Obama said, “I think at a time when there’s so much turbulence in the world, never during my presidency has it become more apparent how good our military is”
“Airstrikes alone will not do this, not going to fix this, not going to save the town of Kobani,” the Pentagon Press Secretary said.
Approximately 100 marines are expected to arrive in Liberia Thursday evening to help resupply medical equipment and provide transportation to U.S. personnel.
Four recent arrests in Britain and one in the U.S. have reignited fears that terrorists are trying to carry out operations in the West.
“It needs to be dealt with not just militarily, it needs to be dealt with politically, socially, at a whole set of levels,” said Ambassador Shivshankar Menon of India.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said it is in the country’s best interest to join the global effort to disrupt and degrade the terrorist group.