The United States is “expediting” shipments of weapons to fight the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in light of recent gains by the terror group.
Vice President Joe Biden told Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-abaci on Friday the U.S. will rush the weapons to Iraq to help them try to hold the city of Ramadi, CNN reported Friday night.
ISIS raised its flag over Ramadi on Friday after capturing the city’s provincial government building and police headquarters, CNN said.
The shipment reportedly includes AT-4 shoulder-held rockets and ammunition.
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