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WARNING-STORY CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES STORY: European officials say President Barack Obama is making the right decision to seek permission from the U.S. Congress before striking Syria. The Obama administration is blaming the Syrian government for a chemical weapons attack that killed more than 1,000 people, and wants to draw up support for military action in response to the attack. French Interior Minister Manuel Valls says France will wait for the U.S. Congress to vote on the issue. (SOUNDBITE) (French) FRENCH INTERIOR MINISTER MANUEL VALLS SAYING: "President Obama has decided to consult the Congress of the United States. Don't assume there will be no intervention, today we have to wait for the end of this new phase." French President Francois Hollande also blames Syria for the attack, but Valls says France still needs an international coalition to take action. Syrian deputy foreign minister Faisal Miqdad called France's response irresponsible