ISIS can be defeated within “months” of a ceasefire between Syria’s government and moderate rebels, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said.
British warplanes carried out airstrikes in Syria early Dec. 3, hours after Parliament voted to authorize air attacks against ISIS targets there.
NATO offered to take in Montenegro, prompting a brisk Russian threat of retaliatory measures against the tiny Slavic country.
The White House urged allies on Nov. 23 to do more in the campaign against the Islamic State while President Obama hasn’t offered a strategy.
In the past, a visit of the Greek Prime Minister to Turkey or vice versa was treated as a major event but this time there was scant coverage.
French police hunted for a second terrorist believed to have escaped after massacres in Paris as more airstrikes were launched against ISIS.
France made an unprecedented demand on Nov. 17 for its European Union allies to support its military action against the Islamic State.
Whether a drone strike killed a man who appears in videos beheading Western hostages was not known, British Prime Minister David Cameron said.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is due to visit Athens Nov. 14 to meet with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias.
President Bashar Assad went to Moscow in his first known trip abroad since war broke out in Syria in 2011, meeting Russian leader Vladimir Putin.