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Skepticism Grows in US Over Military Strike Against Syriai
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August 30, 2013 10:45 PM
With Americans weary over more than a decade of war, and strong memories of the faulty intelligence that led to the invasion of Iraq, skepticism appears to be growing about the proposed military attack on Syria. Polls show a majority of Americans are firmly opposed to such a move. VOA correspondent Meredith Buel has more from Washington.

Skepticism Grows in US Over Military Strike Against Syria

Published August 30, 2013

With Americans weary over more than a decade of war, and strong memories of the faulty intelligence that led to the invasion of Iraq, skepticism appears to be growing about the proposed military attack on Syria. Polls show a majority of Americans are firmly opposed to such a move. VOA correspondent Meredith Buel has more from Washington.


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