The Senate on Dec. 4 passed the fiscal 2013 defense authorization bill with vote of 98-0, including a last-minute amendment directing the Pentagon to provide Congress with a classified report on how it could enforce a no-fly zone over Syria. Such a study could look at a number of options, including the use of Raytheon’s Patriot anti-missile batteries in Turkey and Jordan to keep Syrian aircraft from killing Syrian civilians, says Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-Conn.). Another option would be ...
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