US and French leaders face increasing pressure on Syria intervention
The UK government gave approval to a British company to export nerve gas chemicals to Syria - that's according to The Independent. Meanwhile, public opinion for an intervention in Syria is sceptical in the US and France, but both countries' leaders are pressing forward. Critics say they lack a clear strategy, but supporters say the world must act to end the violence. And as the days go by without resolve, some Syrian refugees feel abandoned by the international community.
The Independent: “UK Government in export scandal”
The Wall Street Journal: “Why I voted against Syria intervention”
The Guardian: “Syrian refugee: Obama lied to us”
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