MP3: Friday News Roundup - International

14.06.2013

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The U.S. said it plans to send weapons to Syrian rebels. The Obama Administration concludes Bashar al-Assad used chemical weapons on his people. The U.N. says nearly ninety-three thousand people have been killed in the Syrian civil war. The Turkish Prime Minister invited protesters to his home for talks. Iran holds presidential elections today. Pope Francis was quoted as acknowledging a "gay lobby" and corruption wit... Source: thedianerehmshow.org

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