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