Britain's defense minister has signaled a possible shift in policy by saying it's illogical that Royal Air Force jets conduct airstrikes against Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS) extremists in Iraq but not in Syria. Defense Secretary Michael Fallon is due to make a statement on the topic to lawmakers in the House of Commons on Thursday. On Wednesday he said "there is an illogicality about not being able" to strike ISIS positions in Syria because the militants "don't differentiate between Syria and Iraq."
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