Asli Aydintasbas

Milliyet

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Senior columnist for the Turkish daily Milliyet

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Airstrikes by the US and other countries have not yet slowed advances by the so-called Islamic State–ISIS or ISIL.

The Islamic State Is Making Advances Despite Air Strikes

Airstrikes by the US and other countries have not yet slowed advances by the so-called Islamic State–ISIS or ISIL.

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