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Anti-war activists demonstrate in Washington

While the British Parliament voted against participating in military action against Syria, the Obama Administration signalled that it was willing to act unilaterally if necessary.

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Peace activists demonstrate outside the White House in Washington Thursday, voicing their opposition to military action against Syria.

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Peace activists demonstrate outside the White House in Washington Thursday, voicing their opposition to military action against Syria.

JASON REED/Reuters

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Peace activists hold a cardboard cutout of U.S. President Barack Obama outside the White House in Washington Thursday.

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Peace activists demonstrate outside the White House in Washington Thursday, voicing their opposition to military action against Syria.

JASON REED/Reuters

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Anti-war demonstrators gather outside the White House in Washington Aug. 29. U.S. officials have said the Obama Administration is willing to act alone on Syria if necessary.

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