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(L-R) Rep. Eliot Engel (D) and Sen. Bob Corker on Fox New Sunday
(L-R) Rep. Eliot Engel (D) and Sen. Bob Corker on Fox New Sunday (Fox News)
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Lawmakers Call For Military Response In Syria

 Two top lawmakers are calling for an immediate U.S. military response to the Syria's suspected chemical weapons attack that killed at least a hundred civilians last week.

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Victims being treated in Syria
Victims being treated in Syria (CNN)
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US Official: Chemical Weapons Likely Used In Syria

A senior administration official says there is "very little doubt" that a chemical weapon was used by the Syrian regime against civilians in an incident that killed at least a hundred people last week.

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President Obama on CNN's New Day
President Obama on CNN's New Day (CNN)
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Obama: Syria Attack A ‘Big Event Of Grave Concern’ [VIDEO]

 President Barack Obama is calling a possible chemical weapons attack in Syria "big event of grave concern."

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President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama (Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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US Divided Over How To Respond To Mideast Violence [VIDEO]

Persistent violence in Syria and Egypt has sharply divided senior White House advisers over a moral dilemma: How far should the U.S. go to stop the killing when its actions could lead to war with Syria or damage relations with Egypt?

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Victims being treated in Syria
Victims being treated in Syria (CNN)
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Syrian Forces Bomb Area Of Alleged Chemical Attack [VIDEO]

Syrian activists say President Bashar Assad's forces are pressing on with a military offensive today in the rebel-held eastern Damascus suburbs.

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Bombing in Syria
Bombing in Syria (YouTube)
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UN Holds Emergency Meeting On Syria Attack [VIDEO]

The U.N. Security Council held emergency consultations Wednesday on the latest alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, and Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he is determined to ensure a "thorough investigation" of all reported incidents.

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Russia President Vladimir Putin (left) and President Barack Obama (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)
Russia President Vladimir Putin (left) and President Barack Obama (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)
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U.S., Russia Differ on Syria Approach

Russian President Vladimir Putin has told President Barack Obama that their positions on Syria do not coincide but both leaders agree on the need to push for negotiations in Syria's two-year-old civil war.

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President Barack Obama (Getty Images)
President Barack Obama (Getty Images)
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Obama: No East Answers on Syria

President Barack Obama says there are no easy answers to resolving the civil war in Syria and says he doesn't make decisions based on perceptions.

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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad
Syrian President Bashar Assad (Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images)
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Assad Likely Behind Chemical Arms Use in Syria

The White House says it's highly likely that Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, not the rebel opposition, was behind any chemical weapons use in Syria.

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President Barack Obama (Getty Images)
President Barack Obama (Getty Images)
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Obama: U.S. Still Gathering Facts on Syria

President Barack Obama isn't saying he'd take military action against Syria for using chemical weapons.

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