Turkish soldiers and an army tank take position at the new site of the Suleyman Shah tomb near the northern Syrian village of Esme, on the Syrian-Turkish border February 24, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Daesh (ISIS) militants Wednesday attacked a training camp in Iraq for fighters battling the militant group, killing three Iraqi Sunni fighters and wounding 10 people, including four of their Turkish trainers, officials said.The attack came as U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter was in Baghdad where he discussed with Iraqi leaders the idea of greater U.S. contributions to the fight against Daesh.More than 1,000 fighters received training at the camp when it came under attack.Turkey argued that it had sent the reinforcements after receiving intelligence about possible Daesh attacks on the camp.The United States has around 3,500 troops in Iraq now.
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