Prime Minister David Cameron and Russian President Vladimir Putin shaking hands
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G20: Security concerns top agenda at meeting of world leaders

The attacks in Paris, and the wider threat from so-called Islamic State (IS), have dominated discussions at the G20 meeting of world leaders in Turkey.

David Cameron said the heads of government had agreed on a range of measures to share intelligence, to strengthen airline security and to cut off the terrorists' access to money.

Mr Cameron has also held talks with Russia's President Putin, whose own forces have been taking action against IS.

James Robbins reports

  • 16 Nov 2015
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