Wednesday, September 11, 2013

11-Sep-2013 00:42 Syria

Syrians divided on support for Russian move but appear to agree it has undercut ... - Washington Post ::

Syria vows to give up chemical weapons, no deal yet at U.N. ::

FRANCE - SYRIA: French parliament defends potential military action in Syria ::

U.S. to Work Through U.N. on Syria Arms Proposal :: President Obama embraced a United Nations process to explore the viability of a Russian plan to avert military action against Syria by having international officials take control of chemical weapons.

Obama Considering U.N. Deal on Syria ::

Syria Vows to Accept Russian Plan ::

Syria Says It Accepted Russian Weapons Proposal ::

China welcomes Russia's proposal for Syria weapons handover ::

Syria accepts Russian chemical weapons proposal - Interfax ::

Syria Could Avoid Attack, Obama Says ::

China data boosts stocks as Syria diplomacy cools oil ::

Syria's Assad regime likely responsible for chemical attack: rights group ::

Obama Backs Idea for Syria to Cede Control of Arms :: A Russian plan to have international monitors take control of the Syrian government's chemical weapons offered an exit strategy for President Obama, who had been reluctant to order a military strike.

Obama says Russian proposal on Syria a potential 'breakthrough' ::

Russia proposes Syria chemical weapons deal to avert U.S. strike ::

Senators say Russia plan boosts prospects for Congress Syria vote ::

FRANCE - SYRIA: Hollande announces France will wait for UN report on chemical weapons in Syria ::


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