British Prime Minister David Cameron said he will seek parliament’s approval to join airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, NBC News reports.
Cameron, who has failed to secure support for the strikes, met with French President Francois Hollande on Monday. The two agreed to increase intelligence sharing and cooperation on matters against ISIS.
"It is they who are waging war against us," Hollande told a joint press conference, adding that France will "intensify" its airstrikes against ISIS.
Hollande will travel to Washington and Moscow later this week for talks.