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Defense Secretary James Mattis warns Syria still has chemical weapons

CBS News Friday, 21 April 2017
His comments come after the latest chemical attack and Russia was supposed to help rid Syria of its stockpile as part of a 2013 deal
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The Syrian government agreed in 2013 to hand over all of its chemical weapons.

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