NEW DELHI — President Francois Hollande vowed not to let threats deter France from its fight against terrorism on Monday, the second day of an official visit to India, focused on security and trade.Hollande was responding to a new video released by the Islamic State (IS) group that threatens countries of the US-led coalition that have been fighting IS and purports to show nine jihadists involved in November’s deadly Paris attacks."Nothing will deter us, no threat will make France waver in the fight against terrorism," the French president told reporters in New Delhi. "These images only serve to discredit the perpetrators of this crime."Hollande, who will be chief guest at Tuesday’s Republic Day parade in New Delhi, will on Monday hold talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expected to focus on security after the Paris attacks.Modi has said he invited Hollande to India as a show of solidarity after the assault on the French capital, which killed 130 people and evoked memorie...

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