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    Ashton Carter sees no major changes in the military campaign , Iraq

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    Ashton Carter sees no major changes in the military campaign , Iraq Empty Ashton Carter sees no major changes in the military campaign , Iraq

    Post by Rocky Wed 29 Mar 2017, 4:28 am


    Ashton Carter sees no major changes in the military campaign , Iraq


    Twilight News US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter , former / said he saw no significant changes in the campaign on the organization of the Islamic state since President Donald Trump took office amid accusations that the US military may have eased procedures for the protection of civilians.
    Carter said at a forum at Harvard University "I do not see major changes in a comprehensive and wish to remain on the path that we have set because I think it is the right way."
    Carter declined to speculate on the outcome of the investigation into the explosion in Mosul , believed to have claimed the lives of dozens of civilians , although he stressed the importance of investigating such incidents. The US military acknowledged a possible role in the incident, but said the Islamic state may also be responsible.

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