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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Maria Cristina Perceval
President Obama's "red line" for Syria is once again being tested after rebel forces said Wednesday that the regime of President Bashar Assad used poison gas to attack civilians near Damascus, killing potentially hundreds in what could turn out to be the deadliest deployment of chemical weapons yet.
Argentina's U.N. Ambassador Maria Cristina Perceval said members did agree on a number of provisions, but not her proposal to stop providing arms to both sides.