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Syrian dictator resumes attacks on rebels after Obama speech

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Syrian dictator Bashar Assad resumed air strikes on the rebels attempting to overthrow his regime this morning after President Obama's speech last night postponing the vote on a military response to Assad's use of chemical weapons. "Bashar Assad's air [force] started flying and attacking the rebels again today," Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said on MSNBC's Morning Joe Wednesday. "There's nothing...

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