President Obama has said he will ask Congress for a new $5 billion (£3 billion) counter terrorism fund, that will aim to train and give the US flexibility to fulfill different missions.
Speaking at West Point Military Academy, Obama hopes that some of the fund will go towards training security forces in Yemen and to facilitate French security forces in Mali.
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