Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's Interview with Argentinian Newspaper

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaks to Argentinian newspaper Clarin
about the ongoing civil war in Syria. The president says the country's
crisis has become so deadly because of international interference. Assad
says that Barack Obama's reluctance to intervene further is not down to
principles but less finance and a lack of opportunity for America to
benefit from Syrian peace. When asked if he would stand down in pursuit
of peace, he replies that he must face his duty and remain in his
elected position.

Source: The Guardian (UK)