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    British Prime Minister said that UK government decided to hold the vote on extending airstrikes against terrorists to Syria on December 2.

    LONDON (Sputnik) The UK government decided to hold the vote on extending airstrikes against terrorists to Syria on December 2, British Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday.

    "The Cabinet has accepted my recommendation to have a vote in the Commons tomorrow on military action in Syria as part of a wider strategy," Cameron wrote in his official Twitter account.

    The United Kingdom has been conducting airstrikes against the Daesh, also known as ISIL/The Islamic State jihadist group in Iraq since September 2014, as part of a US-led international coalition against the extremist group. Daesh is outlawed in Russia where it is classified as a terrorist organization.

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