Obama and Cameron have decided to oust Asaad.

March 16, 2012 at 2:03 pm | Lanka C News.

Obama and Cameron have decided to oust Asaad.
According to the foreign media reports, U.S.A. and U.K. have unanimously decided to remove the Asaad administration from Syrian soil forever. The British Prime Minister who as indicated that, Briton doesn’t want to induce Syria for a revolution,also said that, under the prevailing circumstances, the country is heading for a civil war. He further indicated that,a military intervene is not essential, while an international interference could not be obtained easily.
The two leaders also said that, as thousands of civilians were killed due to the 40 year Asaad administration,the two countries are well aware of the future of Syria.They further indicated that, Asaad will step down but it is not clear how and when.

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