MPs in France debated a possible military strike in Syria today in both houses of their parliament, but did not vote on any action.
Polls indicate French voters overwhelmingly want their politicians to have a say, and the possibility of an intervention appears to be fairly unpopular, despite President Hollande advocating for such action. Europe Editor James Mates reports from Paris.
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