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13.06.2013

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The Obama administration announced late Thursday that it had concluded that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons against rebels. National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes said the Assad regime has used the nerve agent sarin on a small-scale multiple times. Source: pbs.org

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