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US President Barack Obama says he will ask more nations in the West Asia to make military contributions to the fight against Islamic State. Mr Obama held a meeting with his top military advisors at the Pentagon yesterday, where he said there had now been nearly 9,000 air strikes and IS was being hit harder than ever. 
The President thanked Australia and other nations for their support and said he was sending the US



Secretary of Defence to the West Asia to get more support from the region. Listing a series of IS leaders killed in coalition operations, Mr Obama issued a stern warning. He said, US special forces were now in Syria and were helping local groups squeeze the Islamic State's proclaimed capital at Raqqa. He said, Iraqi forces were moving to take Ramadi encircle Fallujah and cut off the terrorist group's supply routes into Mosul.

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