Published November 18, 2015
Leaders of Asia-Pacific nations are in Manila for an annual economic summit that is likely to also focus on challenges such as terrorism, South China Sea disputes and climate change. (All times are local)
Leaders at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation summit plan to condemn the Paris attacks, according to a draft of their declaration seen by The Associated Press.
The draft statement says: "We stand in solidarity with the people of France and all victims of terrorism elsewhere." It says the attacks require a united global response.
The 21-member APEC forum that includes the United States and China ends Thursday.
The attacks on Friday killed 129 people and wounded 350 others.