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David Cameron has cautiously welcomed a proposal for Syria to hand its chemical weapons over for destruction. Under the Russian plan, apparently welcomed by Syria's foreign minister, the stockpiles would first be taken under international control.
Buchman, an American political commentator stated on March, 24, 2003, "There is a memo at the Pentagon that describes how we're going to take out seven countries in five years, starting Iraq, and then Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and,
Syriaʼs agreement Monday to turn in their chemical weapon stockpile and demolish their production and
Whether it proves to be more than just a footnote remains to be seen. But the development has added a glimmer of hope to a story that for the past two weeks has been an unrelenting mess for the White House and of deep concern to the American people.
Senior FSA members in Aleppo have confirmed they have provided five specific targets that will degrade the Syrian army, will not impact on the civilian population and will give them the upper hand in the coming months. It is widely acknowledged in
President Obama on Monday took a sharp turn away from his "red line" threat to Syria on the eve of taking his case to the American people, saying in an interview with Fox News that he's open to negotiations on an alternative plan that could avert a
Obama said the new proposal that emerged Monday from Russia resulted from his threat to attack Syria for violating an international ban on using chemical weapons, as his administration contends occurred on August 21 in suburban Damascus. Obama on
The U.N. human rights chief said Monday there is little doubt that chemical weapons were used in Syria, but kept clear of saying who was responsible and warned against military action...High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay spoke two days
As U.S. lawmakers weigh whether to support an attack on the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad, military planners have expanded the target list for a potential strike. The Pentagon had been focused on attacking Syria with so-called standoff
Chemical Threat Unconfirmed report claims rebels will target Israel Photo: Reuters Unconfirmed report by Arab-language Russian newspaper claims 'armed Syrian militants will use territories controlled by the Syrian regime to perpetrate their