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While Britain Votes No, France Still Backs Strikes On Syria

NPR | Sept. 1, 2013 7:06 a.m.

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Eleanor Beardsley

Only 10 years ago, the French were derided in Washington political circles for their rejection of plans to invade Iraq. Now the so-called “cheese-eating surrender monkeys” are standing by the U.S. on Syria — while the country’s closest European ally, Britain, has rejected military action.

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