Erdogan cited the Scandinavian countries’ support for Kurdish armed groups in Syria as the reason for his opposition.
Sources consulted by NR are split on whether State delegated it to an intern or to a graduate-school-level analyst.
Lawmakers and Syrian human-rights advocates worry that this is another concession to Iran.
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The administration has taken a number of quiet steps that weaken or circumvent the U.S. sanctions regime intended to pressure Assad.
At least 13 people, including six children and four women, were killed in the raid, according to the White Helmets rescue service.
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‘We can do better as a society by becoming more inclusive and accepting of those with disabilities.’
It’s grimly fitting that China is throwing a lifeline to the Syrian dictatorship.