An anti-Syrian regime protester holds up an Arabic placard reading: "If America does not know who used the chemical weapons, so it could be flying saucers from another planet." This image provided by Edlib News Network has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting.
An anti-Syrian regime protester holds up an Arabic placard reading: "If America does not know who used the chemical weapons, so it could be flying saucers from another planet." This image provided by Edlib News Network has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. AP
An anti-Syrian regime protester holds up an Arabic placard reading: "If America does not know who used the chemical weapons, so it could be flying saucers from another planet." This image provided by Edlib News Network has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting. AP

Despite political clamor over Obama’s ‘red line’ in Syria, no clear evidence it’s been crossed

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