Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said his country was defending its airspace. "Protection of Turkish airspace, Turkish borders is a national duty," Davutoglu said.
The Kyoto Protocol of 1997 didn't slow down the gradual warming of the planet. Now governments meeting for a two-week summit are trying an a la carte approach.
The conference is being billed as a last chance summit to save the planet. The goal is to come to a global agreement to limit greenhouse emissions in effort to curb climate change.
Pope Francis spent Sunday with Catholics in the Central African Republic. On Monday, the last day of his Africa trip, he will address Muslims. Religious sectarian violence has divided the nation.
Representatives of nearly 200 countries are in Paris looking to confront a more insidious threat: the rise in global temperatures. Security is tight after terror attacks there earlier this month.
Pope Francis is calling for communal and religious harmony during a visit to the Central African Republic, the final stop of his first African tour. The country has been racked by a deadly conflict driven by Christian and Muslim militias.
As world leaders gather in Paris to talk about climate change, one phrase that will dominate conversations is "two degrees." Global leaders will discuss how to prevent global temperatures from warming by more than two degrees since the industrial revolution.
Al Jazeera Arabic's Washington Bureau Chief Abderrahim Foukara breaks down the latest news in rising tensions between Turkey and Russia and what it means for the ongoing crisis in Syria.
The Pope preached reconciliation Sunday in Central African Republic, a country that has seen clashes between Christian and Muslim militias.
Many Muslims feel pressure – sometimes a responsibility — to defend their faith when there's an attack carried out in the name of Islam. Young American Muslims share how they handle the scrutiny.
President Obama speaks now as delegates from nearly 200 nations are in Paris to negotiate a new agreement to curb global warming.
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President Obama delivered a statement following a meeting with his national security team.
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