Carter: US looking to coalition for more trainers for Iraq

PARIS (AP) — Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Tuesday that he wants coalition and other Arab countries to “greatly” increase the number of trainers they provide for Iraqi security forces and police, and said the U.S. will also look at boosting its numbers.

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