EU leaders and the Turkish sealed a joint summit with a common resolve to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis.
CLEVELAND - "I can't anymore watch the bodies, watch kids killed," said Lubna Allaf.
Allaf, from Syria, lives in Westlake now. She moved to America when she was 24 years old. As President of the Ohio Chapter of the Syrian-American Alliance, she's fighting for Syria to be free and its people safe.
But she's hoping President Obama will give the Syrian regime time to leave the country to prevent an air strike and the killing of more innocent people.
"I really don't want the strike but if it has to happen to stop the killings, it has to happen," said Allaf.
"I can't wait to see the people in my country back to normal, people are not scared anymore, especially the kids," said Allaf. "There are kids who haven't gone to school in two years. They live in fear, they are hungry, they are scared."
A Russian jet recently penetrated Israeli airspace but was not shot down.
Airstrikes believed to have been carried out by Russia killed at least 18 Syrian civilians and wounded dozens more on Sunday.
Migrants on the Greek-Macedonian border attacked police with stones Saturday,.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called for sanctions against Turkey following the downing of a Russian warplane.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday voiced regret over Turkey's downing of a Russian warplane.
The House ignored a veto threat from President Obama and passed a bill to slow the flow of Syrian refugees into the US.