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Is Syria headed for partition? MP3

Israeli defence specialist, Ron Ben-Yishai, tells us that the Syrian conflict may be resolved through the partition of the country but that president Assad could equally make an all out strike on Israel if he feels cornered. Source: abc.net.au

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