President Barack Obama said the United States was weighing "limited, narrow" action against Syria, as UN inspectors left the country Saturday and opened a window into a possible strike.
President Barack Obama meets with his national security staff to discuss Syria on Friday. (AFP Photo)
Obama emphasised he had made no "final decision" on unleashing military strikes against Bashar al-Assad's regime, but gave his clearest indication yet that an attack was imminent.
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