The stories told by five top Syrian Christian leaders about the horrors their churches are experiencing at the hands of …
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Burned by Iraq in 2008, but still a strong voice for military action
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The president hailed the United Nations resolution requiring the country to give up its chemical weapons
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Russia “disappointed” with the decision
‘I didn’t set a red line, the world set a red line,’ president says
He was explicit in 2007 that Presidents don’t have the authority to act unilaterally except to stop ‘an actual or imminent threat’
Caught on candid camera, whispered into a hot mic or blurted out on the campaign trail, gaffes are what make a presidential race hum. Here’s TIME’s running tally of some of the biggest verbal blunders this year.
Catholic Father Paolo Dall’Oglio of Syria’s Mar Musa monastery stood before Rock Springs Congregational United Church of Christ in Arlington, Virginia, on July 23 and pleaded for U.S. intervention in his homeland’s escalating civil war. Already half of Syria’s two million Christians have fled, he said, comparing the exodus of …
The latest massacre in Syria, this one featuring the horrific execution of dozens of children, has done little to change American policy toward the brutal regime in Damascus. But it may have escalated Syria as an issue in the presidential campaign, with unpredictable results.
In a statement yesterday, Mitt Romney accused Barack Obama …