Obama, UK's Cameron to focus on global security

March 13, 2012 02:03


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LONDON - United States President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron will step up their support for Syrian opposition groups this week and seek to map out the next phase for military operations in Afghanistan.

Cameron will fly to Washington on Tuesday eager to dispel concerns in Britain that its treasured "special relationship" with the United States has dimmed in recent years as Obama pivots US foreign policy towards Asia.

In a joint editorial for Tuesday's Washington Post, the two leaders condemn "horrific violence against innocent civilians" by the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad and say they are seeking to prepare the ground for a change of power.

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