Iraqi PM calls for more support against ‘IS’

Iraq’s military needs more intelligence from international allies in its fight against IS extremists, PM Al-Abadi has said at a meeting in Paris. He has called the advance of IS a “failure” for the whole world.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi (photo, center) said on Tuesday that his country was not getting enough support to counter the advance of “Islamic State” (“IS”) militants.

At the meeting in Paris of top officials from Iraq and 20 other countries – including Germany’s foreign minister, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and his French counterpart Laurent Fabius – al-Abadi called for more intelligence and more action from the allies against extremists.

US Secretary of State John Kerry also planned to attend the conference, but he had to fly back to the US after suffering a cycling accident.
 
 
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