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Calling the United States "the anchor of global security," Obama offered moral, political and strategic arguments for being ready to launch limited military strikes while trying to negotiate a diplomatic solution to what he called Syria's violation
The challenge of marshaling global support for a strike against Syria was made clear by Reinfeldt, who agreed with Obama that the use of chemical weapons was unacceptable but added that Sweden, as a small country with a deep belief in the United
United States' military action against Syria without the United Nations' approval would represent an act of aggression, Russia's President Vladimir Putin has said. In a wide-ranging interview to Russian state television and Associated Press aired on
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon suggested on Tuesday that a military strike on Syria over the use of chemical weapons could worsen the country's conflict. But Ban also insisted that the bitterly divided major powers on the UN Security Council have a
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia may approve a military operation in Syria if evidence shows that Damascus carried out chemical weapons attacks, but only if the operation is conducted with UN approval. In an interview with AP and Russia'
Russia President Vladimir Putin warned the West against taking one-sided action in Syria but also said Russia "doesn't exclude" supporting a U.N. resolution on punitive military strikes if it is proved that Damascus used poison gas on its own people.
Speaking to the press at UN Headquarters in here before heading to St. Petersburg, Russia for the G20 Summit, Ban said that the issue is larger than the conflict in Syria, "this is about our collective responsibility to mankind." "I take note of the
Watch Watch Watch Having foreign ministers meet simultaneously as world leaders do in St. Petersburg could help to keep the core agenda on track and defuse a showdown between Russia and other countries. The minister will be going to continue to
President Michel Sleiman discussed the Syrian refugee crisis with the ambassadors of top world powers Tuesday ahead of the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York later this month...Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday warned that any
The United Nations' Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says if his inspectors find that chemical weapons were used in Syria, it would represent a "serious violation of international law and an outrageous war crime." "Our common humanity compels us to