US Looks for International Support in Fight Against ISIS

The White House looks to gather support to battle the militant group in Iraq, Syria.
2:36 | 08/31/14

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Now attacking Isis, the group of military extremists. The U.S. Launching more air strikes in Iraq. This morning, a growing cry for an international effort to take on these terrorists. Let's bring in Martha Raddatz. What's the latest this morning? Overnight, the Pentagon announced that air strikes and humanitarian drops have expanded to help the thousands of residents of another town threatened by Isis in northern Iraq. This morning, United States fighter jets and droens pounding targets in strikes like this one on an Isis convoy, in addition to humanitarian flights from the U.S., France, Britain, and Australia. Overnight, the trough group releasing another gruesome video-taped execution on social media. Showing the beheading of a soldier captured along the Syrian order with Lebanon this month. Tactics like this and an expertise with social media that enables Isis to explanned rapidly. You can reach a lot wider of an audience with online videos than you can with word of mouth. Reporter: Will America expand its air strikes. Secretary of state John Kerry called for worldwide support for fighting the hardened fighting force. In a response, senators John McCain and Lindsey graham critiquing the white house. Saying Isis must be fought militarily. The president hasn't yet laid out a specific plan for military action in Syria. And the reason for that is simply, the pent phone is still developing that plan. Reporter: For now, the U.S. To said forces while still crafting a plan to take down the Isis black flags in the region. There's no indication that the president is ready to expand the fight to Syria, where Isis has a solid safe haven. The administration still working on a strategy. Can you tell us what you'll be discussing on "This week "? Every angle of Isis. How they recruit Americans. The terror threat. And more on Michael Sam and the NFL. Thank you, Martha. As always, we check the morning head wlooins this gentleman over here, Mr. Ron

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