British Prime Minister Theresa May, 2nd left, speaks with troops serving at RAF Akrotiri, one of two military bases Britain maintains on the east Mediterranean island of Cyprus on Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias, Pool)
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Prime Minister Theresa May Friday told British forces in Cyprus that they should be proud of helping to crush the caliphate declared by the militants of Daesh (ISIS).Speaking at Britain's RAF Akrotiri base, May said facilities on the island were the "epicenter" of operations against Daesh, which she called Daesh.RAF Akrotiri hosts an Expeditionary Airforce Wing that supports operation SHADER, Britain's codename for attacks on Daesh targets in Iraq.Separately, Australia announced an end to its airstrike operations against Daesh in Iraq and Syria.
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