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Syria Moves Put 'Red Lines' in Questioni
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September 19, 2013 4:52 PM
Much has been said and written about ‘red lines,’ since Syria allegedly crossed one last month that U.S. President Barack Obama had emphasized a year earlier. Expected U.S. airstrikes did not follow, and now experts wonder whether other international ‘red lines’ will be respected, notably the one on Iran and nuclear weapons. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London.

Syria Moves Put 'Red Lines' in Question

Published September 19, 2013

Much has been said and written about ‘red lines,’ since Syria allegedly crossed one last month that U.S. President Barack Obama had emphasized a year earlier. Expected U.S. airstrikes did not follow, and now experts wonder whether other international ‘red lines’ will be respected, notably the one on Iran and nuclear weapons. VOA’s Al Pessin reports from London.


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