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Obama won't 'prejudge' success of Syria deal

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President Obama on Tuesday declined to say what actions the U.S. would take against Syrian leader Bashar Assad if a diplomatic solution aimed at disarming his chemical weapons arsenal falters, saying he was focused on making the deal work. Obama said he would not “prejudge” the outcome of the Russian-brokered plan which calls on Assad to provide an inventory of his chemical weapons in one week...

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