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Despite Divisions Over Syria, Most Everyone Agrees Assad Has To Go

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(BlastingNews) -In the United States, the transition between presidents threatened the view that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad had to be removed from power.

But that no longer seems to be the case as the U.S. and other Western powers continue to demand it, after his recent use of chemical weapons against his own people, the continuation of a civil war without end and instability in the Middle East.

In this report, I explain the different views put forward by analysts and experts who feel that Assad needs to go and even offer some insight into what comes next.

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