Hollande, Putin Call for ‘Broad’ Coalition to Fight TerrorismBy , , and
French leader in Kremlin talks amid doubts over united front
Tensions flare over Turkish downing of Russian warplane
French President Francois Hollande and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin called for a “broad coalition” to fight Islamic State militants in Syria, even amid fading chances that a wave of terrorist attacks will become the catalyst for a united front involving Russia and the U.S.
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