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Do more in Iraq, US Pentagon boss tells Gulf

Saudi Defence Minister and Deputy Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman (R) and with US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter (L) pose in Riyadh, on April 20, 2016
US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter pleaded Wednesday for greater Gulf financial and political involvement in Iraq, which is battling both Islamic State jihadists and an economic crisis. Carter made the comments after meeting in Riyadh with his counterparts from the six-nation Gulf Cooperation Council. "I encourage our GCC partners to do more, not only militarily as the Saudis, as the UAE have been doing -- and I really appreciate that -- but also politically and economically," Carter told reporters after the talks.

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