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A picture is worth 1,000 words: Destruction in Damascus

FILE -- In this photo taken on August 24, 2013, file photo, this photo taken on a government organized media tour, a Syrian army soldier walks on a street in the Jobar neighborhood of Damascus, Syria. Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime has a host of options if the United States launches military strikes against it. It could directly retaliate with rockets or unleash allies like Hezbollah against Western targets. Or it could do nothing -- and score propaganda points as a victim of "U.S. aggression." The regime's choice, analysts say, will likely depend on the magnitude of the U.S. military action -- the bigger and more sustained the strikes, the more likely the government in Damascus will feel compelled to respond. Credit: AP

According to news from the region, Assad's forces are attacking rebels in Damascus. This picture makes you wonder -- how much is left to bomb?

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