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In our last show of August, we're talking economics, science and a couple of legal cases, but we're starting with the possibility of countries taking action against Syria. Rather than acting on their own, nations are more likely to try to form a coalition and work together. Several governments are building a case for a possible strike on Syria. In the United Kingdom, British Prime Minister David Cameron says it's highly likely that Syria's government used chemical weapons. But some members of parliament are unsure about approving military action.