Arab States Pledge Some Military Help in ISIS Fight

Meetings between Secretary of State John Kerry and Arab allies proved fruitful on Thursday, with a number of countries agreeing to join the American military campaign against ISIS "as appropriate," NBC News reported. U.S. allies — including Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates — said they would do their share to help defeat ISIS, including stopping the flow of foreign fighters and joining a coordinated military campaign against militants. Turkey attended the meeting but did not sign the agreement.

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