The U.S. effort at building a coalition to join in its fight against ISIS appears to be bearing some fruit. U.S. allies have lined up in support of the aerial campaign.
The Dutch government announced it would send six F-16 fighter jets along with 250 pilots and support staff to strike at Islamic State targets in Iraq. British Prime Minister David Cameron’s office, meanwhile, said Parliament had been recalled to debate Britain’s response to a request for support for the airstrikes.
And, France is considering whether to extend its airstrikes to Syria and is increasing security in public places after militants linked to the Islamic State group beheaded a French hostage.
ABC’s Cheri Preston joined us to discuss.
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