A YEAR AFTER HIS RED LINE WAS CROSSED in the deadly chemical attack against Syrian rebels and civilians — including hundreds of children — allegedly by Syrian government forces, President Obama finds himself in the awkward position of being on the same side as the Assad regime in the fight to keep Islamic State militants from gaining more ground in Iraq.
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