An employee at Turkey's consulate in Mosul is welcomed by her relatives in Ankara on 20 September 2014
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Can countries unite to beat Islamic State militants?

As Turkey celebrates the safe return of 49 hostages kidnapped by IS militants three months ago, the BBC's Bridget Kendall reports on the challenges of finding a united front between countries to beat Islamic State militants.

As well as facing a huge influx of refugees from Syria, Turkey is under pressure from the US to support a coalition to beat the jihadist threat.

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