Nato to use surveillance planes against ISIS
The Nato military alliance has agreed to use surveillance planes in the fight against so-called Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
Secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg made these remarks on the second day of the 28-country military alliance summit in Warsaw.
He said the aircraft will support the US-led coalition targeting the group. Nato will also train Iraqi forces and support special forces in Tunisia, a major recruiting ground for IS.