• In this image taken from the Parliamentary Recording Unit via AP Britain's Prime Minister, David Cameron addresses lawmakers in the House of Commons, London, making his case for airstrikes as part of a "comprehensive overall strategy" to destroy IS and end the Syrian war, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Cameron is trying to persuade lawmakers to back action, arguing that the Paris attacks have given new urgency to the fight against IS. The Royal Air Force is part of a U.S.-led coalition attacking the militants in Iraq, but not in Syria. ((AP Photo/Parliamentary Recording Unit, via AP video) TV OUT  NO ARCHIVE

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