U.K. Shouldn't Bomb Syria Without Clear Strategy, Panel Says

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  • Parliamentary committee says risk of strikes outweigh benefits
  • Joining coalition would compromise British diplomatic efforts

The U.K. should only join air strikes on Islamic State in Syria if there is a “coherent international strategy” and a “realistic chance” of defeating the extremist group and ending the beleaguered country’s civil war, a cross-party panel of lawmakers said.

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