Nov 15, 2015

Paris attack puts terrorism center-stage as world leaders meet in Turkey | TODAYonline

BELEK, Turkey - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan urged world leaders on Saturday to prioritize the fight against terrorism as they gathered for a summit in southwestern Turkey, saying the Paris attacks claimed by Islamic State showed the time for words was now over. The worst bloodshed in France since the end of World War Two cast a pall over preparations for the two-day summit of the Group of 20...

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