French president Francois Hollande, seeking to rally global support for the military campaign against Islamic State, met with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday where they agreed to scale up operations against Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
At a joint news conference, Hollande said he and Obama shared a "relentless determination to fight terrorism anywhere and everywhere."
In Paris, prosecutor Francois Molins said Islamist militants who died during a shootout with ...
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