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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Syria Government
The Pentagon on Thursday dismissed the Syrian government's recent request for a 100-day extension to meet a U.N.-backed deadline for destroying the nation's chemical weapons stocks, asserting that any further delays by Damascus would be "unacceptable."
British Prime Minister David Cameron is calling for a special session of Parliament to discuss the nation's possible involvement in a military response to the Syria government's suspected use of chemical weapons.
Twin blasts inside a university campus in Syria's largest city on Tuesday set cars ablaze, blew the walls off dormitory rooms and left more than 80 people dead, anti-regime activists said.