Sunday, 21 May 2017

President Trump seeks 'coalition of nations 'to 'stamp out extremism'

Donald Trump has likened the fight against international terrorism to a battle between "good and evil" and not different faiths.
Speaking to leaders and officials from around 50 Muslim-majority countries in Saudi Arabia, the President attacked extremists as "barbaric criminals who seek to obliterate human life".

The US leader urge the nations to "confront Islamic terror of all kinds", and stand together against the murder of innocent Muslims by groups like Islamic State.

He said America was seeking a "coalition of nations" in the Middle East with the aim of "stamping out extremism".

SKY      News.