Britain Not 'Seeking' to Topple Assad

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Britain is considering a "serious response" to the use of chemical weapons in Syria but is not seeking to topple Syrian President Bashar Assad, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Tuesday.

"What we're considering is a serious response... What we're not considering is regime change, trying to topple the Assad regime," Clegg said, after it was announced parliament is to be recalled from recess for a debate on possible action.

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Missing abraham 27 August 2013, 20:39

If they admit to regime change, they would be considered a partner with Al Qaida
what a world ?????
my enemies enemy is my friend

Missing beirutbastard00 28 August 2013, 04:34

They don't wana topple him cause they like watching us kill each other!