Nov 14, 2015

Paris Attacks Add New Urgency to International Summit - WSJ

President Barack Obama will arrive in Turkey on Sunday for an international summit that has taken on new urgency following the terrorist attacks in Paris, with world leaders calling for an intensified U.S.-led military response to combat Islamic State, which has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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