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US to destroy its largest remaining chemical weapons cache

Feb 04, 2015

US to destroy its largest remaining chemical weapons cache

The United States is about to begin destroying its largest remaining stockpile of chemical-laden artillery shells, marking a milestone in the global campaign to eradicate a debilitating weapon that still creeps into modern wars. #United States #US #Chemical weapons #stockpile #destroy #artillery shells
Syria: UN inspectors confident chlorine gas used in opposition-controlled villages

Jan 07, 2015

Syria: UN inspectors confident chlorine gas used in opposition-controlled villages

Chemical weapons investigators concluded "with a high degree of confidence" that chlorine gas was used as a weapon against three opposition-controlled villages in Syria last year. #United Nations #Syria #NewsTracker #UN #Chemical weapons #Syria opposition #Syria chemical weapons #UN investigators
Why the US is wary of conducting strikes against Islamic State in Syria

Sep 07, 2014

Why the US is wary of conducting strikes against Islamic State in Syria

The alternative would be to finally get serious about arming the mainstream Western-backed rebels fighting to topple Assad. But there is a reason the administration of President Barack Obama has been deeply reluctant to throw its weight behind them. #World #White House #Barack Obama #Terrorism #United Nations #Syria #ConnectTheDots #Nato #Damascus #Bashar al-Assad #Iraq #United States of America #Chemical weapons #Syrian rebels #Syrian civil war #Sarin gas #Ghouta #Nusra Front #islamic-state #Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant #ISIL #ISIS #Caliphate #US airstrikes in Iraq #James Foley #Steven Sotloff #Peter Theo Curtis #Aistrikes
Syria A year after chemical attacks, justice remains elusive

Aug 21, 2014

Syria A year after chemical attacks, justice remains elusive

Syria's opposition and its allies, including the United States, accused Damascus of carrying out thechemical weapons attack. President Bashar Assad's government denied responsibility, and blamed the rebels. #Barack Obama #United Nations #Syria #NewsTracker #Damascus #Free Syrian Army #Chemical weapons #Syrian civil war #Sarin #Sarin gas #Chemical weapon attack #nerve agent #chemical Weapons Convention #Bassar al-Assad