Obama pledges support for France in face of Islamic State group

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The US president, meeting François Hollande in Washington, said the two countries 'stand united, in total solidarity, to deliver justice to these terrorists'.

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President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the United States and France will stand united to fight Islamic State militants following the November 13th attacks in Paris, pledging to step up efforts to combat terrorism alongside its European partners, reports The Wall Street Journal.