Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo
A statement released by the ministry on Wednesday particularly drew attention to the “massive stove-piping of various information aimed at placing the responsibility for the alleged chemical weapons use in Syria on Damascus, even though the results of the UN investigation have not yet been revealed.”
By such means “the way is being paved for military action” against Damascus, the ministry pointed out.
But the samples taken at the site of the March 19 attack and analyzed by Russian experts indicate that a projectile carrying the deadly nerve agent sarin was most likely fired at Khan al-Assal by the rebels, the ministry statement suggests, outlining the 100-page report handed over to the UN by Russia.
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A forensic expert with evidence President Bashar al-Assad's government used chemical weapons near Aleppo in March has defected to Turkey, the Syrian opposition said on Tuesday, but the medic failed to appear at a planned news conference. Washington is considering military action over an alleged chemical weapons attack near Damascus last month that...
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properREDeye wrote September 5, 2013 2:34:35 PM CEST
Most of the rest of the world realise this but Western governments just want in to that country's infrastructure & will do whatever is necessary. There is an ongoing campaign to manipulate the populations via mainstream media and propagandise a war in Syria which will be illegal and bring it's economy into alignment with the rest of the world, among other things hoping the fresh injection to the world economy will prolong the collapse of the dollar which is fast approaching. This is just a prelude to the scale of a war that they would like to instigate, it is my belief that they want to provoke the rest of the 'uncooperative countries' (meaning those who do not bend over to western bankers like N.Korea and Iran) into a much bigger international conflict. The West is so desperate to save and expand it's economical empire and so lacking in moral values that it will destroy smaller civilisations on the off chance it might save their ass in the short term or profit them somehow. Syria poses no threat to them, Assad would have to be suicidal to use chemical weapons and if the rebels are responsible for the chemical attacks UN should be in there alongside Assad fighting on the humanitarian side