PARIS (AP) -- The latest on the deadly attacks in Paris. (All times local):
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls says no world leader has asked for the upcoming climate conference in Paris to be delayed, but some side events might be canceled.
Valls, speaking on French radio RTL Monday morning, says the climate summit is "crucial to the planet's future". At least 117 heads of state and government have accepted tinvitations to come on the first day of the Nov. 30-Dec. 11 conference.
Valls says "a series of events that were scheduled might not take place," referring to a live music show near the Eiffel tower and a march for climate scheduled on Nov. 29 in Paris' streets.
France's prime minister says there have been "over 150 police raids" overnight in France.
Manuel Valls spoke on French radio RTL Monday morning, reaffirming President Francois Hollande's declaration that "we are at war" against terrorism following Friday's attacks in Paris.
Valls also warned that more attacks could hit "in the coming days, in the coming weeks."
Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley has announced he is refusing Syrian refugees relocating to his state.
In a news release Sunday Bentley said, "After full consideration of this weekend's attacks of terror on innocent citizens in Paris, I will oppose any attempt to relocate Syrian refugees to Alabama through the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program. As your governor, I will not stand complicit to a policy that places the citizens of Alabama in harm's way."
According to the release, Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is working with federal agencies to monitor any possible threats. To date there has been no credible intelligence of terror threats in Alabama.
French foreign minister Laurent Fabius says France had the "legitimacy" to take action against Islamic State after Friday's terror attacks in Paris.
Fabius said Sunday on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Turkey that the decision to conduct airstrikes in Raqqa against Islamic State targets was a "political" one and that France had to be "present and active" following Friday's attacks that killed 129 people.