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Mar 24, 2019
8:55AM

World leaders hail defeat of Islamic State in Syria

AFP
World leaders have hailed the defeat of Islamic State after US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces announced that they have liberated the terror group's last stronghold Baghuz town in Syria.

US President Donald Trump welcomed the fall of the group's five-year caliphate but said that it remained a threat. He said, the US would remain vigilant until IS is finally defeated.
British Prime Minister Theresa May vowed to carry on fighting the terrorist ideology. She also praised the courage of the British forces that fought in Syria and Iraq alongside a US-led global military coalition.

French President Emmanuel Macron said, the fall of the caliphate has removed a source of potential terror attacks against France. He said, a significant threat to the country has been eliminated but the fight against terror groups must continue.

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