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‘Greater sense of urgency’ to combat ISIS since Paris attacks - U.S. official


PUBLISHED Sun, December 06, 2015 - 8:18pm EST


There is a “greater sense of urgency” in the international community to combat the Islamic State (ISIS) group since last month’s deadly attacks in Paris, a senior administration official says, noting the recent approval of airstrikes in Syria by the British parliament and Germany’s plans to commit up to 1,200 troops to the fight against ISIS. Obama will “continue to review what additional steps may be necessary, as he’s continuously done throughout this campaign,” the official said.





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