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Kirby explains ISIS genocide designation

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Secretary of State John Kerry officially announced on Thursday that ISIS is guilty of committing genocide against Christians and other religious and ethnic minorities in Iraq and Syria. Spokesman for the State Department, John Kirby, explains what this means for the fight against ISIS.