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Monday, October 31, 2005 

Syria Gets No Support At UN.

UNITED NATIONS (Washington Post) -- Syria had few vocal supporters ahead of a Security Council vote Monday on a tough resolution that would threaten sanctions if Damascus doesn't cooperate with the U.N. investigation into the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. […] Even Security Council members concerned by some provisions of the resolution did not object to sending Syria a stern message. The United States, France and Britain had little doubt the council would approve the resolution.

It appears to be pretty lonely when for Syria right now. Where is all the supportive nations that usually work against the US? Maybe Syria overstepped even their sympathy with the UN this time.