The Russian offer for international supervision of Syria's chemical weapons has taken yet more of the wind from President Obama's sails.
He is due to start making his case for military action again later tonight. But as Washington Correspondent Robert Moore reports, public support for it is still falling.
This video contains distressing images of the chemical attacks in Syria.
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