Amid doubts, Obama and Cameron make a case for Syria strike
By Mark Hosenball and Oliver Holmes
WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Barack Obama and his allies sought to convince cautious lawmakers and the public of the need to strike Syria although officials conceded on Thursday they lacked conclusive evidence that President Bashar al-Assad ordered his forces to use chemical weapons against civilians.
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