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French President Francois Hol-
lande told Russia s Vladimir Putin
yesterday world powers must cre-
ate a "grand coalition" to combat
Islamic State militants who con-
trol swathes of territory in Syria
Hollande is on a diplomatic
offensive to build a common front
against the militant Islamist group
that has claimed responsibility for
the attacks in Paris on November
13 that killed 130 people.
Islamic State has also said it
downed a Russian plane on Octo-
ber 31 over the Sinai Peninsula in
Egypt, killing all 224 people on
"Our enemy is Daesh, Islamic
State, it has territory, an army and
resources, so we must create this
large coalition to hit these terror-
ists," Hollande said in televised
remarks at the start of bilateral
talks with the Russian leader in
"I m in Moscow with you to see
how we can act together and coor-
dinate so that we can strike this
terrorist group, but also reach a
solution for peace," Hollande said.
Putin said Moscow was ready
to unite with Paris against a
"mutual enemy" following the
downing of the Russian airliner
and the attacks in Paris.
However, the leaders avoided
looking at each other during their
brief televised exchange, under-
lining the still-awkward relation-
ship between Russia and the West
due to the Ukraine crisis and dif-
ferences over Middle East poli-
cy.Both Russia and France have
stepped up their aerial bombing
campaigns in Syria but they have
different objectives. (Reuters)
Hollande urges grand coalition against Isis
Prime Minister David
Cameron said yesterday
it was time to join air
strikes against Islamic
State in Syria because
Britain cannot "subcon-
tract its security to other
Many Britons are wary
Russia's President Vladimir Putin, right, shakes hands with his French counterpart
Francois Hollande during a meeting at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, yesterday.
of entering into another
war in the Middle East
after Western interven-
tion in Iraq, Afghanistan
and Libya failed to bring
stability to the region and
some believe led to the
rise of militants groups
such as Islamic State.
But after Islamic State
claimed responsibility for
killing 130 people in Paris,
some members of par-
liament who were reluc-
tant to launch further
military action in the
Middle East now feel it
is needed to protect
Britain from such attacks.
Cameron lost a vote
on air strikes against Syr-
ian President Bashar al-
Assad s forces in 2013 and
must persuade some
wary members of his
own Conservative Party
and in the opposition
Labour Party to back him
if he is to win parlia-
ment s support for mil-
After setting out his
case, Cameron appeared
to have persuaded at least
two of 30 party "rebels"
who voted against him
in 2013, and his foreign
minister, Philip Ham-
mond, later said the gov-
ernment was now
"building a consensus
now for military action".
"We do not have the
luxury of being able to
wait until the Syrian con-
flict is resolved before
tackling ISIL (Islamic
State)," Cameron wrote
in a response to parlia-
ment s Foreign Affairs
Committee, which had
said a policy to extend air
strikes was "incoherent"
without a strategy to
defeat the militants.
But Labour leader
Jeremy Corbyn, a veteran
wrote to his lawmakers
later on Thursday to say
Cameron had not made
a convincing case.
Britain PM says time to bomb militants in Syria
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