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Protestors demonstrating against military action in Syria stand outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London. Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire
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Poll: Should international military forces intervene in Syria?

The British House of Commons has rejected a call for military strikes but do you think international forces should intervene in Syria?

THE UNITED STATES is now looking elsewhere for international partners in action against the Syrian regime after the British House of Commons rejected a call for military strikes.

Members of the UN security council have been meeting to discuss possible intervention, with leaders coming out strongly against the regime over the alleged chemical weapons attack against its own people.

So we’re asking: Do you think international military forces should intervene in Syria?

Poll Results:

No (2368)
I'm not sure (1299)
Yes (1000)

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