French President Francois Hollande waits for guests aboard the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in waters off the port of Toulon, southern France. (AFP Photo/Philippe Wojazer)
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French President Francois Hollande called Wednesday for an international conference to discuss ways of tackling Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) insurgents who have seized control of territory in Iraq and Syria.France, which has close ties with Iraq's Kurdish regional government, started delivering weapons to Kurdish fighters Friday to help stop an advance by ISIS into the Kurdish region.Hollande said that France's weapons' deliveries had been carried out in agreement with the central government in Baghdad to ensure Iraq remained united.
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