Sunday, July 17, 2016

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry: Islamic State Is On The Run. Rejects Claims That The U.S. Was Involved In The Attempted Coup In Turkey

CNN: Kerry: ISIS 'is on the run' despite recent terror attacks

(CNN)Secretary of State John Kerry insisted Sunday that a recent spate of terrorist attacks reflects that ISIS is "on the run" in Iraq and Syria.

Kerry downplayed attacks like the shooting at an Orlando nightclub, a driver's rampage through a crowd in Nice and the Istanbul airport attack, saying they don't reflect the strength of the group in its home bases.
Those attacks are "the desperate actions of an enemy that sees the noose closing around them," he told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union."

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More News On U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's Remarks On The War Against The Islamic State

Kerry insists Islamic State is ‘on the run’ despite wave of terror, points finger at Congress -- Washington Times
Kerry: ISIL ‘on the run’ despite attacks -- Politico
Kerry: ISIS is 'on the run' -- The Hill
Kerry Claims ISIS Is ‘On the Run’ After Wave of Terrorist Attacks -- Washington Free Beacon
CNN's Jake Tapper Calls Out John Kerry, ISIS Not 'On The Run' -- The Inquisitr
Is ISIS really 'on the run,' as Kerry says? -- Ben Rosen, CSM

More News On U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry Remarks On The Failed Coup In Turkey

John Kerry Rejects Suggestions of U.S. Involvement in Turkey Coup -- NYT
John Kerry denounces claims U.S. involved in attempted Turkish coup -- UPI
Kerry hits back at Erdogan's 'insinuations' after the Turkish leader demanded the arrest of Pennsylvania-based cleric accused of orchestrating failed coup -- Daily Mail
Kerry: Turkish President's Insinuation of US Role in Attempted Coup is 'Harmful to Our Bilateral Relations' -- ABC News
Kerry tells Turkey counterpart claims U.S. was involved in coup are false, harmful -- Reuters
John Kerry Says US Concerned that Turkey Could Crack Down on Democracy After Coup Attempt -- ABC News
Kerry says no one saw Turkey coup bid coming -- AFP

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