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UN Report on Syria Leaves Little Doubt about Chemical Weaponsi
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September 17, 2013 11:48 PM
There is a growing consensus that details contained in a U.N. report of last month’s chemical attack in Syria leave little doubt as to who was responsible. Military analysts say the direction from which the rockets were fired and other factors point squarely to the Assad government even as Syria's allies continue to offer a different narrative. VOA's Jeff Seldin has more.

UN Report on Syria Leaves Little Doubt about Chemical Weapons

Published September 17, 2013

There is a growing consensus that details contained in a U.N. report of last month’s chemical attack in Syria leave little doubt as to who was responsible. Military analysts say the direction from which the rockets were fired and other factors point squarely to the Assad government even as Syria's allies continue to offer a different narrative. VOA's Jeff Seldin has more.


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