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Syria ‘war crime’ confirmed: nerve gas used against people
17 September, 2013
U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has confirmed sarin nerve gas was used in a rocket attack in Damascus last month , Euronews reports.
He had earlier presented a report by weapons inspectors to the UN Security Council.
Ban Ki-moon called the attack a war crime and said the report made chilling reading. He added the evidence was “overwhelming and indisputable”
He confirmed that UN inspectors would return to Syria for other investigations but said it was now for others
to decide whether to determine who was behind the attack.

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