- The President’s plan for military strikes against Syria is facing dissent at both home and abroad
- U.S. lawmakers are demanding more proof that President Bashar al-Assad‘s government carried out a deadly chemical weapons attack
- Political ally British P.M. David Cameron suffered an embarrassing defeat on Thursday after the U.K.’s parliament voted to reject military action
- Even so, the U.S. could still launch an action within days
President Barack Obama faced deep resistance on Thursday to plans for any military strike against Syria, with U.S. lawmakers demanding more proof that Bashar Assad’s government perpetrated a deadly chemical weapons attack and Britain’s Parliament rejecting military action in a stunning late night vote. Even so, the U.S. could launch action within days.
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