Obama: US, Australia to cooperate more on fighting terrorism

By REUTERS
January 19, 2016 19:49

US President Barack Obama said he would discuss with visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ways to strengthen cooperation in the fight against counter terrorism.

US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday he would discuss with visiting Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull ways to strengthen cooperation between the United States and Australia in the fight against counter terrorism.

Turnbull, ahead of a meeting with Obama in the White House Oval Office, said it was important to improve coordination on fighting extremists, especially the fight against Islamic State militants.


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