By PBS NewsHour
President Barack Obama has pushed Congress members for authorization to launch limited military strikes on Syria, in response to the use of chemical weapons. But a significant number of lawmakers remain unconvinced or in opposition to U.S. action.
Obama said that a strike would fit help strengthen the opposition forces in Syria.
By News Desk
President Barack Obama seeks support for a U.S. military strike against Syria abroad this week with the G-20 Summit only days away. But Russia's Vladimir Putin may be Obama's biggest roadblock to gathering support for American military action.
Martin Geissler of Independent Television News visits the largest Syrian refugee camp in Jordan to gauge reactions to President Barack Obama saying he will wait to seek Congressional approval before any military strike against the Assad regime.
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