May 20, 2014
How We Can Save Syria's Chlorine Victims
David Owen, Daily Telegraph
The Associated Press
It was the use of chemical weapons in Syria – in the shape of a horrendous attack in the suburbs of Damascus in the summer of 2013 – that first stirred the world to action. Under a Russian/American deal, reached with United Nations support, the bulk of President Bashar al-Assad’s stockpile of sarin and other chemical warfare components has been satisfactorily dealt with under international supervision.
TAGGED: Chlorine Bombs, Syria