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Secretary of State John Kerry says there is "undeniable" evidence of a large-scale chemical weapons attack in Syria, with intelligence strongly pointing to Bashar Assad's government, and "this international norm cannot be violated without
President Obama is likely to order a limited airstrike on Syria to punish it for using nerve gas but won't seek to topple the Assad regime, U.S. officials said. The strike, whose timing was left open but described as all but inevitable, would likely
America has issued the strongest signal yet that it intends to take military action against Syria over an alleged chemical weapons attack. US secretary of state John Kerry said the attack, which doctors say killed hundreds, was a "moral obscenity"
Secretary of State John Kerry says there is "undeniable" evidence of a large-scale chemical weapons attack in Syria , with intelligence strongly pointing to Bashar Assad's government, and "this international norm cannot be violated without
And we want to assure them that, when we report, we will bring their accounts and concerns to the attention of the United Nations and the international community. The commission was established by the UN Human Rights Council in March 2013 with a one-
As the administration moved rapidly towards a decision, the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, said the use of chemical weapons in an attack on Wednesday against opposition strongholds on the eastern outskirts of Damascus is now "undeniable".
The attack would likely last no more than two days and involve either sea-launched cruise missiles or long range bombers striking military targets within the country, the paper reported. The bombing would also not necessarily strike targets directly
Syria U.N. experts collected samples and testimony from Syrian doctors and victims of an alleged chemical weapons attack Monday following a treacherous journey through government and rebel-held territory, where their convoy was hit by snipers. As U.S.
United Nations to complete a speedy and thorough investigation into the use of chemical weapons in Syria, as details of the death and injury toll from last Wednesday's attack on the rebel-held Ghouta area emerge. Local hospitals have informed
Mr Rudd discussed the situation in Syria with US president Barack Obama this morning, after the US gave its strongest hint yet that it was ready to take action against the Assad regime following last week's apparent chemical attack in Damascus...Rudd