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The Anonymous internet hacking network declared war on the Islamic State group in a YouTube video Monday, vowing vengeance for attacks in Paris that left 129 dead and hundreds injured.
In two weeks' time, world leaders gather for a crunch climate summit in terror-hit Paris to determine what kind of future awaits humankind.
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
Hollande vows to destroy IS after Paris attacks
French President Francois Hollande vowed to destroy the Islamic State group on Monday after its atrocities in Paris, promising tough new anti-terror measures at home and intensified bombing of Syria.
France bombs IS HQ, hunts attacker
France launched "massive" air strikes on the Islamic State group's de-facto capital in Syria Sunday night, destroying a jihadi training camp and a munitions dump in the city of Raqqa, where Iraqi intelligence officials say the attacks on Paris were planned.
World leaders vow to step up anti-terror efforts after Paris terrorist attacks
World leaders vowed Monday to boost intelligence-sharing, cut off terrorist funding and strengthen border security in Europe, as they sought to show resolve and unity following the deadly terror attacks in Paris.
Paris attacks intensify migrant debate in the EU
The Paris attacks and the discovery of a Syrian passport near one of the assailant's bodies have revived the European debate on whether to take a harder line on migrants.
Roughly 1,000 firms left Catalonia last year due to tensions sparked by the region's drive to break away from Spain, the head of a top Spanish business association said Monday.
Organizers of France's most celebrated charity wine auction said Sunday that 480,000 euros of the 11 million euros (US$11.8 million) raised this year would go to charity, including to victims of the Paris attacks.
Ireland's new same-sex marriage law comes into force from Monday, six months after the country voted to allow gay unions in a historic referendum.
UK Muslims seek own path against jihadism
Feeling unfairly targeted by the government's anti-radicalization drive, Britain's Muslim community is rallying to find its own response to extremism and take a greater role in the fight against terrorism.
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