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Christof Lehmann (nsnbc),- The former French Foreign Minister Roland Dumas admits, the war on Syria was planned two years before "The Arab Spring". Dumas states in a TV interview, that "top British officials" confessed that they were preparing a war on Syria and asked "If I wanted to participate". The former French Minister of Foreign Affairs appeared More...
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