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Middle East US is making progress against ISIS, but not fast enough for lawmakers

Concerns over the strength of the Islamic State persist in the wake of the Orlando, Fla., attack but US military strategy against the militant forces in Syria is making headway.

President Obama's special envoy for the fight against Islamic State, Brett McGurk, said on Tuesday that coalition forces were making progress and planning assaults on key cities in Iraq and Syria, but US lawmakers criticized the progress as too slow.

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