December 4, 2012

What Is the U.S. Doing About Syria?

Boston Herald, Boston Herald

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The festering wound that is now Syria’s Assad regime has become a danger not simply to the people of Syria but to the entire region. And the U.S. is doing what exactly about it?

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TAGGED: chemical weapons, United States, Israel, Turkey, Syria

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