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Anti-War Activists Protest Against US Strike on Syriai
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September 05, 2013 12:35 PM
Across the United States, small but vocal groups of anti-war protesters are urging the Congress not to support President Barack Obama’s plan for limited military strikes against Syria. VOA’s Brian Padden reports that some protesters question the rationale for action: that Syria's government has used chemical weapons on its own people. Others say limited missile strikes will only kill innocent Syrians and drag the U.S. into another war.

Anti-War Activists Protest Against US Strike on Syria

Published September 05, 2013

Across the United States, small but vocal groups of anti-war protesters are urging the Congress not to support President Barack Obama’s plan for limited military strikes against Syria. VOA’s Brian Padden reports that some protesters question the rationale for action: that Syria's government has used chemical weapons on its own people. Others say limited missile strikes will only kill innocent Syrians and drag the U.S. into another war.


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