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    Syrian Activists Decry Focus on Chemical Weaponsi
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    September 17, 2013 4:42 PM
    As the international community acts to neutralize Syria's chemical weapons capabilities, VOA's Elizabeth Arrott in Cairo reports that some in the Syrian opposition say the brutality of the conventional war is being ignored.

    Syrian Activists Decry Focus on Chemical Weapons

    Published September 17, 2013

    As the international community acts to neutralize Syria's chemical weapons capabilities, VOA's Elizabeth Arrott in Cairo reports that some in the Syrian opposition say the brutality of the conventional war is being ignored.


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