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France was set Monday to provide what it says is clear evidence that the Syrian regime was behind a devastating chemical attack, as Western leaders bid to overcome widespread skepticism to military action. With US President Barack Obama also lobbying
Kerry told NBC's Meet the Press that fresh laboratory tests of blood and hair samples obtained from emergency workers in Damascus tested positive for the gas demonstrating that it was used in the August 21 attack that killed more than 1400 people.
Arab League member countries have called on the international community to take the necessary measures against the Syrian government following indications of alleged use of chemical weapons by the Syrian army. On the other hand, the Syrian Foreign
Blood and hair samples collected from the chemical attack site in Syria have "tested positive for signatures of sarin gas", US Secretary of State John Kerry today said as he pushed for a military strike against the Assad regime over its alleged use
US President Barack Obama launched an intense lobbying effort on Sunday to sway sceptical lawmakers weighing whether to support a military strike against Syria. The strategy, outlined by a senior White House official, came as Secretary of State John
concerned' about unilateral strike against Syria China said on Monday it was seriously concerned about any unilateral military action against Syria after US President Barack Obama delayed a military response to last month's chemical weapons attack
Photo/AFP In Summary Pushing the administration's argument for limited military action, Kerry told US television talkshows that hair and blood samples given to the US from emergency workers on the scene of the attack showed signs of the powerful
There are growing calls for David Cameron to consider a second parliamentary vote on military action in Syria if further evidence emerges that civilians were targeted by chemical weapons. Washington has announced that hair and blood samples prove the
US President Barack Obama launched an intense lobbying effort Sunday to sway skeptical lawmakers weighing whether to support a military strike against Syria. The strategy, outlined by a senior White House official, came as Secretary of State John
Iran's former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said that the Syrian government carried out chemical weapons attacks against its own people, http://www.