Yemeni boys look at a burnt car outside the local police headquarters that was attacked by suspected Al-Qaeda militants as they captured the town of Al-Udain in the Ibb Governorate, in southwest Yemen on October 16, 2014. AFP PHOTO/STR
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Al-Qaeda's deadly Yemen-based franchise on Friday urged Muslims worldwide to support ISIS jihadists in Syria and Iraq in the face of attacks by a U.S.-led military coalition.President Barack Obama told military chiefs from more than 20 allies this week that they are facing a "long-term campaign" to defeat ISIS.Despite its own break with ISIS, Al-Qaeda's Syrian franchise, the Nusra Front, has said the airstrikes constitute a "war against Islam" and threatened to attack the worldwide interests of participating nations.
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