Report: Obama, UK's Cameron discuss Syria options over telephone

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August 28, 2013 10:30

 
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US President Barack Obama discussed a possible military intervention in Syria with British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday morning, the BBC reported.

Citing a Downing Street spokesman, the BBC reported that both leaders agreed a chemical attack in Syria had taken place, perpetrated by Syrian President Bashar Assad.

"The Prime Minister confirmed that the government had not yet taken a decision on the specific nature of our response, but that it would be legal and specific to the chemical weapons attack," the spokesman told the BBC.

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