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Published on Feb 10, 2012
The US is setting up an international coalition aimed at supporting rebels in their struggle. The so-called "Friends of Democratic Syria" will involve countries willing to prop up the opposition, and pile more pressure on the regime. Direct military action is ruled out, but reports suggest British and Qatari special forces are already in the conflict zone. And while the US and its allies criticize Russia for supplying military hardware to Damascus, there are now calls from American lawmakers to arm the opposition. As RT's Marina Portnaya reports, the region's already been flooded with firepower made in the USA.