Nov 15, 2015

Obama vows effort to eliminate Islamic State as G20 seeks common Syria strategy | Reuters

U.S. President Barack Obama vowed on Sunday to step up efforts to eliminate Islamic State in Syria and prevent it from carrying out attacks like those in Paris, while European leaders urged Russia to focus its military efforts on the radical Islamists.

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