“This information is really key to our campaign and our strategy. We are particularly disturbed right now that they are using the fact that they stole data as a reason to raise money for their campaign.” — Robby Mook, national campaign manager for Hillary Clinton, after the Democratic presidential front-runner’s campaign accused rival Bernie Sanders of stealing millions of dollars’ worth of information about potential voters.
“(This) gives the Syrian people a real choice, not between (Bashar) Assad and Daesh, but between war and peace.” — U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry as U.N. Security Council members unanimously approved a resolution endorsing a peace process for Syria.
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