Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron called a special gathering of Parliament to argue forcefully for military intervention in Syria in response to the apparent chemical strike that he said killed hundreds there. He met with opposition among legislators who don't want to rush to war. After a vigorous debate, they voted against the government.
U.K. Lawmakers Vote Against Syria Strike
Thu, August 29, 2013 10:19pm
Story by Philip Reeves
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