As Syrian Rebels Unite, Intervention Options Increase

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Edmund Sanders, Jerusalem bureau chief, Los Angeles Times
Deborah Amos, foreign correspondent, NPR
Amr Al-Azm, associate professor of Middle East history, Shawnee State University

Turkey, France and the Gulf Cooperation Council have recognized the newly formed Syrian rebel coalition as the legitimate leader of Syria. As thousands of refugees continue to spill over the borders into neighboring countries, questions remain about future foreign intervention from the U.S. and others.

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