The German government says it will join the military campaign against Islamic State in Syria, but has ruled out any cooperation with the country’s president Bashar Assad. The plans will see Berlin sending 1,200 personnel to the region, but in an advisory role.
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If the Turkish government does not come clean and fight ISIL then the fighting will get to Istanbul, and in no time we will see terrorism on the street of Istanbul and Ankara, warns Mowaffak al-Rubaie, Iraqi MP and Iraq’s Former National Security Advisor.
Germany’s Chief of Staff has revealed that at least 1,200 military personnel will be required in order to support and effectively use the air force and vessels that Berlin wants to deploy into battle with ISIS in Syria as part of the US-led coalition.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron will order Britain's Royal Air Force to "decapitate" Islamic State leaders in Syria providing other MPs back his decision to extend the country’s anti-terror bombing campaign, according to a media report.