- Russia's proposal to work with Syria to put the latter's chemical weapons under international control "could potentially be a significant breakthrough" that could avert U.S. military action, President Obama said yesterday.
- "But we have to be skeptical because this is not how we've seen them operate over the last couple of years," said Obama, who's wary that the move could just be a delaying tactic.
- Obama is due to address the nation tonight and speak to Senators during the day as he seeks to persuade Congress of the need for possible military intervention.
Obama: No U.S. strikes if Syria gives up chemical weapons
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