Middle East

Analysts: Obama Reluctant to Intervene In Syriai
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May 01, 2013 1:54 AM
Political analysts say that U.S. President Barack Obama is reluctant to intervene in Syria, where the government and rebels accuse each other of using chemical weapons to gain the upper hand in the two-year conflict. Zlatica Hoke reports

Analysts: Obama Reluctant to Intervene In Syria

Published April 30, 2013

Political analysts say that U.S. President Barack Obama is reluctant to intervene in Syria, where the government and rebels accuse each other of using chemical weapons to gain the upper hand in the two-year conflict. Zlatica Hoke reports


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