Frankreich schickt Flugzeugträger „Charles de Gaulle“ in den Kampf gegen Terrormiliz IS

Politik / 23.02.2015 • 22:57 Uhr / 2 Minuten Lesezeit
France's flagship Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier patrols in the Mediterranean, March 26, 2011. It is a war that Barack Obama didn't want, David Cameron didn't need, Angela Merkel couldn't cope with and Silvio Berlusconi dreaded. Only Nicolas Sarkozy saw the popular revolt that began in Libya on Feb. 15 as an opportunity for political and diplomatic redemption. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match Special Report LIBYA/ REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Files (FRANCE - Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT)

France’s flagship Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier patrols in the Mediterranean, March 26, 2011. It is a war that Barack Obama didn’t want, David Cameron didn’t need, Angela Merkel couldn’t cope with and Silvio Berlusconi dreaded. Only Nicolas Sarkozy saw the popular revolt that began in Libya on Feb. 15 as an opportunity for political and diplomatic redemption. Picture taken March 26, 2011. To match Special Report LIBYA/ REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Files (FRANCE – Tags: MILITARY CONFLICT)