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Global coalition strikes against Islamic State terror will succeed, says Obama

Mr Obama called for tougher screening of travellers to the US without visas and asked Congress for limits on weapons. He also urged people not to give in to fear that casts suspicion on all Muslims.


PRESIDENT Barack Obama on Sunday sought to calm jittery Americans after the terrorist attack last week in California, delivering a prime-time address designed to underscore the government's campaign against an evolving threat.

Speaking from the Oval Office, Mr Obama

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