Monday, September 9, 2013

09-Sep-2013 12:06 Syria

Op-Ed Columnist: Arm and Shame :: The United States should definitely respond to Syria's murder of innocent civilians with poison gas. But a limited "shock and awe" missile attack isn't the best strategy.

Obama's Syria sales pitch lacking? - Fox News ::

Assad Suggests Syria Would Retaliate if US Strikes ::

Doubts Linger Over Syria Gas Attack Responsibility ::

Syrian President Assad says no evidence of chemical attack: CBS ::

Syria's Assad denies chemical weapons use; U.S. presses case for strike ::

WH Intensifies Efforts to Make the Case for Syria Strikes ::

Cruz: I Don't Think Obama 'Has the Authority' to Order Syria Strike Without Approval ::

Syrian forces may have used gas without Assad's permission: paper ::

With the World Watching, Syria Amassed Nerve Gas :: Despite an international effort to block it, Syria's governing Assad family exploited large loopholes, lax enforcement and a far greater emphasis on limiting the spread of nuclear arms.

Obama appeals for backing to hit Syria, Europeans urge delay ::

Pope, in Syria peace appeal, calls for end to spiral of death ::

Obama appeals to country to back U.S. military force in Syria ::

Op-Ed Columnist: Gambling With the Presidency :: Can President Obama's credibility survive the Congressional debate over whether to bomb Syria?

Op-Ed Columnist: Pulling the Curtain Back on Syria :: Intervening in Syria is a bad option, but it's better than letting President Bashar al-Assad massacre his people and break international norms with impunity.

Op-Ed Columnist: The Syria Babble We Don't Need :: The stakes of a decision to intervene or not are much bigger than the political fortunes of the celebrity politicians involved. The media must respect that.

Obama tells nation that Syria is 'not another Iraq or Afghanistan' ::

Syria Told 'Hand Over Your Chemical Weapons' - Sky News ::

Obama, Syria and the perils of 'red line' declarations - Fox News ::

Obama, Syria and the perils of 'red line' declarations - Fox News ::

Syria's Assad denies ordering chemical attack in interview - Al-Arabiya ::

Syria's Assad says US has no proof of chemical weapons use - BBC News ::

Syrian regime shelling near Damascus kills 16 - Boston Herald ::

Syria: US Has Britain's 'Full Diplomatic Support' - Key 103 Manchester ::

China tells Washington to return to U.N. on Syria, urges caution ::

Analysis: Obama growing isolated on Syria as support wanes ::

Syrian rebel group could revive al Qaeda's fortunes: report ::

Obama to Hit Hill in Syria Strike Push ::

U.S. leaves door open to new U.N. vote on Syria ::

FRANCE - US - SYRIA: French government to present evidence to top lawmakers today on Syria's chemical attack ::


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