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Editorial: America's limited options as another Syrian bloodbath looms

The world has seen this scenario before. Syrian President Bashar Assad launches an offensive against a rebel stronghold, and in the process legions of civilians die - either by poison gas, barrel bombs, burial beneath the rubble of razed buildings. Now Assad, with the help of his Russian and Iranian allies, is

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