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IN OMG! ON 02 Feb, 2016
Yes, you guessed it right. Mr. Raimonda Murmokaite, chairman of Security Council, United Nations, has reported from New York on Wednesday that countries, after the World War II, now hold threat from the Islamic State, also known as the ISIS. The attacks in France and Lebanon have been taken rather more seriously and UN now wants to act against the terrorists.
Read on to know what is the reason behind this announcement of the UN and what will be the steps taken by them in the upcoming future.
Mr. Raimonda Murmokaite, chairman of Security Council, United Nations, has reported from New York on Wednesday that countries after the World War II now hold threat from the Islamic State, also known as the ISIS.
Countries like U.S, Russia, Germany, France, Iran and Iraq met to sit and decide upon the terrorist association, ISIS.
The member countries have agreed on the fact that ISIS needs to be stopped and eliminated from the society.
The association wants to destroy the ISIS, once and for all.
As the matter already includes five countries, it is being considered as a world war.
The President of Security Council has also sworn that the ISIS will receive attacks and they will not stop until the leader of ISIS surrenders.
U.S. President Barack Obama has said that ISIS is the "face of evils." He feels he should have done more in the attacks in Paris, and now aims at destroying ISIS.
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