Monday, September 2, 2013

02-Sep-2013 02:12 Syria

Syria's Assad Remains Defiant, Opposition Disappointed ::

A Look at Syria Developments Around the World ::

Syria hails 'historic American retreat' as Obama hesitates ::

UPDATE 2-Iranian agency drops Rafsanjani remarks critical of Syrian government ::

Stocks: Jobs, Syria in focus ::

Iran ex-president says Syria govt launched gas attacks-news agency ::

Senior House Republican: Syria Vote Would Fail if Held Today ::

Netanyahu mum on Obama's Syria delay but says Israel strong alone ::

Debate Begins on Question of a Strike on Syria ::

Possible US-Led Attack on Syria Sparks Rallies ::

A hawkish Kerry emerges as point man in Obama's push to punish Syria ::

Analysis: Military action in Syria faces uncertain fate in Congress ::

White House Memo: President Pulls Lawmakers Into Box He Made :: The path to this moment on Syria has been more complicated than a single utterance about a red line.

Obama Seeks Approval by Congress for Strike in Syria :: President Obama abruptly changed course by asking lawmakers, who are not due to return to town for more than a week, to give him authorization before he launches a limited military strike against Syria.

How Obama Decided on Syria Course ::

Obama delays strike against Syria to seek Congress approval ::

Obama will hold off on Syria strike until Congress has its say ::

Analysis: Obama and Syria: The education of a reluctant war president ::

Republicans McCain, Graham say cannot support limited Syria strikes ::

How Might Russia Respond to an American Strike in Syria? ::

Obama to Seek Congressional Approval on Syria ::

Syrian rebels plan raids to exploit Western strikes: commander ::

Paul: '50/50' chance that House will vote down Syria authorization - (blog) ::

Anger at Syria chemicals trade deal new - Belfast Telegraph ::

Scornful Syria hails 'historic American retreat' as Obama hesitates ::

Arab League calls for international community to act against Syrian government - ::


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