French FM says 'more necessary than ever' to coordinate anti-terror fight

French police patrol at the Louvre museum in Paris on November 14, 2015, hours after 128 people were killed in a series of coordinated attacks in and around ParisThe Paris attacks show it is more vital than ever to coordinate global efforts to fight terrorism, France’s foreign minister said Saturday, vowing that French “international action” will not stop. “It is more necessary than ever in the current circumstances to coordinate the international fight against terrorism,” Laurent Fabius said in Vienna at talks on ending the Syrian civil war. “And one of the aims of the meeting today in Vienna is exactly to see concretely how we can further increase the international coordination in the struggle against Daesh,” Fabius told reporters, referring to the Islamic State jihadist group which has overrun swathes of Syria and Iraq.

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