Nov 14, 2015

Paris attacks cast pall as Obama, world leaders head to G20

WASHINGTON (AP) — The global anxiety sparked by a series of deadly attacks in Paris by the Islamic State group has given new urgency to President Barack Obama's upcoming talks with world leaders. The Islamic State group has taken root in Syria. The crisis in that country was already high on the agenda for the meeting of 20 leading industrialized and emerging-market nations. But the violence in...

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