The foreign ministers of Arab countries attending a meeting of the Arab League at the body's Cairo headquarters. The ministers met to discuss Syria, with the United States and its allies pushing for a military strike on the country following alleged chemical attacks by the Syrian government. Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal told during the meeting that opposing military intervention in Syria encourages the Damascus regime to 'pursue its crimes'. (Getty Images)
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