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UK & US closely aligned' on Syria

The Foreign Secretary has insisted Britain and America's "objectives and efforts remain closely aligned" despite MPs voting against military action in Syria. Their meeting in London took place as their Syrian and Russian counterparts met in Moscow.

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  1. Robert Moore

Obama tries to stir war-weary America in to action

Capturing the war-weary feeling a short time ago one Senator said to me: "most American children, most American teenagers have no memory of their country not being at war" and he said that has to change.

But the President does have a couple of weapons left to shape this debate. Of course there is the speech to the nation that he will make tomorrow night.

Protesters outside the White House. Credit: Reuters

The White House is also distributing thirteen CIA verified and very harrowing videos of the chemical weapons attack on the suburbs of Damascus, here on Capitol Hill.

The President calculating that when the Congress watch that they may change their mind and decide that doing nothing is simply not an option.

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