April 10, 2014

Is Anyone Still Watching Assad?

David Kenner, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

Amid opposition claims of new Syrian chemical weapons attacks, President Bashar al-Assad is fast approaching an important deadline for removing his stockpiles of the deadly armaments from from the country. It doesn't appear that he's going to meet it.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Syria, Bashar Al-Assad, Ukraine

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