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Chlorine likely used in February attack in Idlib, Syria - chemical weapons agency

Reuters India Wednesday, 16 May 2018
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Banned chlorine munitions were likely dropped on a Syrian neighbourhood in February, an international body on chemical weapons said on Wednesday, after laboratory tests confirmed the presence of the toxic chemical.
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The report from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons didn't blame any group for the use of chlorine.

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