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Worsening sectarian strife in Syria puts the West in a quandary
Worsening sectarian strife in Syria puts the West in a quandary

Al Jazeera, Tuesday 17th December 2013
Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday that British troops could leave Afghanistan next year with a sense of having accomplished their mission, despite worries about the ongoing Taliban insurgency, drug cultivation and human rights abuses.

Daily Telegraph, Wednesday 18th December 2013
This December has seen the final collapse of British and American policy in Syria. David Cameron’s favourite general, Salim Idris, was meant to unify the rebels, bring down Assad, and vanquish al-Qaeda. Instead his Free Syrian Army has taken to its heels, giving up its equipment to its Islamist rivals, while Idris himself has reportedly gone on the run.

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