Obama still plans to attend Paris climate summit despite terror attacks

By REUTERS
November 14, 2015 20:01

 
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WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama still plans to attend a global climate summit in Paris at the end of November despite the attacks claimed by Islamic State, a senior US administration official said on Saturday.

The Paris summit is focused on curbing climate change, one of the Obama administration's top priorities.

A French official told Reuters earlier on Saturday that the summit would continue with beefed-up security despite the deadly attacks on Paris that killed 127 people.

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