Merkel says powers stand united to face terrorism

By REUTERS
November 15, 2015 18:20

 
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BELEK, Turkey- German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Sunday that the group of 20 leading economies (G20) stood united to face any militant threat.

"We here at the G20 summit are sending a strong message that we are stronger than any form of terrorism," Merkel said at a G20 leaders' summit in Turkey, adding that the attacks in Paris were a predominant topic at the meeting.

She added that strengthening Europe's external borders was crucial for Germany.

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