Turkish official hints broader coalition campaign on Daesh

March 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;3/2/2015, p49
The article focuses on a statement by Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc about the U.S.-led international coalition which he believes may broaden the scope of Turkey's military operations against terrorist groups in Syria, including Daesh.


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