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John McCain calls US diplomacy 'toothless' and advocates for military intervention in Syria

Sen. John McCain called on Wednesday for increased military action in Syria to stop authoritarian leader Bashar al-Assad, whose regime has massacred hundreds of thousands of civilians and caused a global refugee crisis. In an editorial for The Wall Street Journal, McCain, who is chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, made the case for US intervention in Syria. The Obama administration has been reluctant to get more involved, and over the past five years, the conflict has escalated.
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