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White House to press U.S. lawmakers for support to fight Islamic State

(Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers pledged broad support for PresidentBarack Obama’s plan to expand the military fight against Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria, but fears of an open-ended conflict could complicate a vote to back the effort. Administration officials planned to make their case before Congress on Thursday for a broad escalation of operations against the militant group, including U.S. airstrikes in Syriafor the first time and more attacks in Iraq. The officials will brief all members of Congress and make their case for congressional action supporting the plan Obama laid out Wednesday night in a nationally televised speech. The White House has asked lawmakers…

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Another president, another Iraq speech

By Anthony ZurcherEditor, Echo Chambers The speech was short, roughly 15 minutes. Heavy on rhetoric and light on details, it was the kind of script a president delivers when he believes the public is already on his side. For now, according to opinion polls, the American people seem to support President Barack Obama’s steps toward greater involvement in the battle against the Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq. If by beheading two American journalists the Islamic militants wanted to get US attention and stir its anger, they were successful. Reaction from commentators and analysts tended to reflect this American mood,…

Londres ne participera pas à des frappes aériennes en Syrie

Agence France-Presse BERLIN Le ministre britannique des Affaires étrangères Philip Hammond a exclu jeudi à Berlin que Londres participe à des frappes aériennes en Syrie, après le discours du président américain Barack Obama qui s’est dit prêt à frapper l’État islamique dans ce pays. «Soyons clairs, la Grande-Bretagne ne participera pas à des frappes aériennes en Syrie», a-t-il dit, rappelant l’opposition à une intervention militaire en Syrie exprimée par le Parlement britannique l’an dernier lors d’un vote. «Nous avons déjà eu cette discussion l’an dernier dans notre Parlement et on ne va pas remettre en question cette position», a-t-il dit,…

Les États-Unis se souviennent du 11-Septembre

Agence France-Presse NEW YORK Les États-Unis ont commémoré jeudi les attentats du 11 septembre 2001 qui ont fait près de 3000 morts, avec des cérémonies du souvenir à New York, en Pennsylvanie et à Washington, où Barack et Michelle Obama ont observé une minute de silence. Ces commémorations interviennent au lendemain de l’annonce par le président américain qu’il était prêt à mener des frappes aériennes en Syrie, comme c’est déjà le cas depuis le 8 août en Irak, pour éliminer les islamistes radicaux de l’État islamique (EI). À Washington les époux Obama et le vice-président Joe Biden ont marqué une…

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