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ISIS, al Qaeda reportedly agree to work together

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria allegedly agreed with al Qaeda last week to stop fighting each other and work together against common enemies, the The Associated Press reports.

The Nov. 2 meeting in Syria, organized by a third party, included about seven top militant leaders, a Syrian opposition official told AP in Turkey.

"If there is less blood being spilled against each other and they don't have to worry about that, that's going to make it easier for the jihadis to go after [Syrian President Bashar] Assad or any Western-backed forces," American analyst Tom Joscelyn told AP.

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