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US says Syrian forces likely fired tear gas on civilians

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is accusing forces backed by the Syrian government and Russia of firing tear gas at civilians and falsely claiming it was a rebel chemical weapons attack. The incident..
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UN chief urges Syria to resolve gaps on chemical weapons

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is again urging Syria to resolve “gaps, inconsistencies and discrepancies” in its declaration of chemical weapons after the global..
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How Digital Detective Work Debunks Russia's Disinformation [Video]How Digital Detective Work Debunks Russia's Disinformation  04:55

From Newsy and Bellingcat, satellite imagery and social media sleuthing pulls back the curtain on a coordinated disinformation campaign.

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US, UK Say Pro-Assad Forces Led Aleppo Gas Attack [Video]US, UK Say Pro-Assad Forces Led Aleppo Gas Attack  00:42

The US and UK say they believe pro-Assad forces to be responsible for the gas attack on Aleppo in late November. CNN reports the two nations dismissed Russian and Syrian claims that opposition forces..

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Syria crosses the red line [Video]Syria crosses the red line  02:04

President Barack Obama has authorised his administration to provide arms to Syrian rebel groups says the FT's Geoff Dyer, US diplomatic correspondent, after the White House found evidence that Syrian..

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Syria's Russian twist [Video]Syria's Russian twist  04:15

Russia has moved to prevent military action against Syria, proposing the country give up its chemical weapons. President Obama has accepted the idea but can it work? James Blitz, diplomatic editor,..

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Democratic Senator Deletes Tweet Suggesting 'Chemical Weapons' Use At The Border [Video]Democratic Senator Deletes Tweet Suggesting 'Chemical Weapons' Use At The Border  01:02

One Democratic Senator from Hawaii is walking back a tweet that suggested chemical weapons were used at the U.S. Mexico border. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story.

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Apparent Chemical Attack in Syria Injures Almost 100 [Video]Apparent Chemical Attack in Syria Injures Almost 100  01:04

Syrian officials say terrorist groups launched the suspected chemical attack, but rebel groups say they're being framed.

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Border Patrol’s Use Of Tear Gas Is Not Against The Chemical Weapons Convention

There is nothing that prohibits non-lethal riot control agents
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Is it legal for tear gas to be used against migrants?

U.S. Border Patrol agents fired tear gas at migrants seeking entry at the southwest border, claiming the migrants were throwing rocks and bottles. "Is this legal? Is this moral? Is this accurate? What..
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Democratic Senator Tweets Outrage Over ‘Chemical Weapons’ Used On Migrants

'We can argue about other stuff when we've got our country back'
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Watchdog mulls sending team to Syria after gas attack

The global chemical weapons watchdog is considering sending inspectors to investigate an alleged poison gas attack by rebels...
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FOX NEWS FIRST: Mayhem at the border; Trump looks to boost Hyde-Smith in Senate runoff battle; Cyber Monday tips

Plus, Dem suggests 'chemical weapons' used on migrants
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Democratic Sen. Brian Schatz deletes tweet suggesting 'chemical weapons' used at US-Mexico border

Sen. Brian Schatz, D-Hawaii, tweeted Sunday that the use of tear gas against Central American migrants who attempted to enter the U.S. illegally may have been a violation of international agreements..
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Russian challenge to chemical weapons watchdog rejected

The global chemical weapons watchdog's initiative to apportion blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks survived two institutional challenges from Russia on Tuesday and is set to become operational..
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US, UK clash with Russia at OPCW over new investigative team

The U.S. and Western powers on Monday clashed with Russia and others over whether the global chemical weapons watchdog could start apportioning blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks.
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US to accuse Iran of violating chemical weapons treaty

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is poised to accuse Iran of violating an international treaty that bars the production and use of chemical weapons. Two officials said the administration..
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Chemical attack investigative team to start work next year

A new investigative team being set up to apportion blame for poison gas and nerve agent attacks in Syria will be ready to start work early next year, the chief of the global chemical weapons watchdog..
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World War I: 100 years on, the horrific legacy of chemical weapons endures

As the world marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended World War I, there is one tragic legacy of the conflict that sadly has not stopped: chemical weapons.
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