ANTALYA, Nov 17 : The UK has announced it will expand its domestic and international spy agencies by recruiting 1,900 new intelligence agents in the wake of attacks in France and the Middle East.
David Cameron, UK prime minister, made the announcement on Monday during the G20 meeting of the world's leading economies in Turkey.
He called on the states to band together to cut off financing to proscribed entities, particularly the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group.
Speaking separately to BBC Radio 4, Cameron said the attacks in Paris on Friday, which left 129
people dead and hundreds more wounded, could have happened elsewhere in Europe, and the threat posed by ISIL and its
supporters was widespread. ?AL JAZEERA