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World Health Organization: 500 Patients with Chemical Symptoms in Syria, Over 70 Dead

World Health Organization: 500 Patients with Chemical Symptoms in Syria, Over 70 Dead

The World Health Organization published a statement on Wednesday saying it was “deeply alarmed” by reports of chemical weapons deployment in Syria. WHO said it has received reports from partners in
Syria: US officials say traces of nerve agents on Douma victims – live updates

Syria: US officials say traces of nerve agents on Douma victims – live updates

Donald Trump remains vague on possible US response to chemical attack in Syria, while Theresa May believed to have laid out Britain’s next steps Retaliatory strikes: where do various countries
International WMD watchdog confirms: Skripals poisoned by Russian nerve agent of “high purity”

International WMD watchdog confirms: Skripals poisoned by Russian nerve agent of “high purity”

"No-one speaks for me, or for my father." The post International WMD watchdog confirms: Skripals poisoned by Russian nerve agent of “high purity” appeared first on Hot Air.
U.S. believes Russia is tampering with chemical weapons evidence in Syria

U.S. believes Russia is tampering with chemical weapons evidence in Syria

International inspectors still cannot get access to Douma, where a suspected chemical attack left 75 dead.
British chemical weapons inspector: Russia blocking access to Douma

British chemical weapons inspector: Russia blocking access to Douma

"...inspectors will not be allowed to access the site until they produce an appropriate UN permit." The post British chemical weapons inspector: Russia blocking access to Douma appeared first on Hot
Chemical weapons experts press for access to Syria attack site

Chemical weapons experts press for access to Syria attack site

Questions asked about how Russia was able to take sympathetic journalists to Douma while international inspectors have been waylaid on safety groundsInternational chemical weapons inspectors were due
Syrian medics 'subjected to extreme intimidation' after Douma attack

Syrian medics 'subjected to extreme intimidation' after Douma attack

Doctors say those who treated patients after attack have been told they and their families will be targeted if they speak outThe head of the largest medical relief agency in Syria claims that medics
Chemical weapons inspectors still haven't accessed Douma

Chemical weapons inspectors still haven't accessed Douma

An inspection remains up in the air after a U.N. security team fell under gunfire and explosions Wednesday
Inspectors Still Unable to Access Chemical Weapons Attack Site in Syria

Inspectors Still Unable to Access Chemical Weapons Attack Site in Syria

Inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) “arrived” in Douma, Syria, on Tuesday, but they were not able to enter the town and examine the sites where the Syrian
Russia Denies Allegations of Delaying Tactics and Evidence Tampering in Syria

Russia Denies Allegations of Delaying Tactics and Evidence Tampering in Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Friday denied allegations that Russia is working with the Syrian government to keep international inspectors away from the chemical weapons attack site in
Russia to Ship Missile Defense System to Syria

Russia to Ship Missile Defense System to Syria

Russian Col. Gen. Sergei Rudskoi stated on Wednesday that Moscow will supply Syria with “new missile defense systems soon.” He did not specify the equipment involved, but other reports in the Russian
Chemical Weapons Inspectors Finally Visit Syria Attack Sites

Chemical Weapons Inspectors Finally Visit Syria Attack Sites

Inspectors from the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) were finally able to visit the two sites in Douma, Syria where poison gas was allegedly deployed by dictator Bashar
Chemical Weapons Watchdog Seeks to Exhume Syria Attack Victims

Chemical Weapons Watchdog Seeks to Exhume Syria Attack Victims

Inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are seeking to exhume the bodies of victims from the suspected chemical weapons attack in Douma, Syria, on the theory
Skripals poisoned by novichok dose of up to 100g, watchdog says

Skripals poisoned by novichok dose of up to 100g, watchdog says

Quantity of nerve agent dose thought to have been used suggests it was created as a weaponThe former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a dose of liquid nerve agent
Syria: chlorine probably used in attack on Saraqeb – OPCW

Syria: chlorine probably used in attack on Saraqeb – OPCW

Watchdog to report soon on whether chemical weapons were used in larger-scale attack in DoumaAn investigation by the chemical weapons watchdog has found that chlorine is likely to have been used in an
OPCW: Call us crazy, but maybe Syria didn’t give up their chemical weapons after all

OPCW: Call us crazy, but maybe Syria didn’t give up their chemical weapons after all

Say, who's leading the Conference on Disarmament? Three guesses. The post OPCW: Call us crazy, but maybe Syria didn’t give up their chemical weapons after all appeared first on Hot Air.
Chemical weapons watchdog to hold special session in June

Chemical weapons watchdog to hold special session in June

OPCW has recently found its methods under attack from Russia and other supporters of SyriaThe world’s chemical weapons watchdog is to hold a special two-day session in late June in response to
UK set to overcome Russian objections in chemical weapons vote

UK set to overcome Russian objections in chemical weapons vote

Two-thirds majority required to empower OPCW to identify source of attacks in SyriaThe west appears to have the votes to defeat Russia and force through changes that would give weapons inspectors
Syria's role in chemical weapons attacks to be investigated

Syria's role in chemical weapons attacks to be investigated

The chemical weapons watchdog can now attribute blame after UK overcomes Russia’s protestsThe Syrian government’s alleged role in a wave of chemical weapons attacks during the country’s civil war will
Banned 21 years ago, yet still the world stands by as chemical attacks go unchecked

Banned 21 years ago, yet still the world stands by as chemical attacks go unchecked

Sanctions have been slapped on Russia over the Salisbury attack but atrocities are spiralling out of control elsewhereSweeping US sanctions imposed on Russia last week as punishment for the Salisbury