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Chemical Weapons

15 Apr 2018
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence has echoed warnings to Syria on its alleged use of chemical weapons, also saying he thought a re-negotiated NAFTA deal was only weeks away, at the end of the AMERS summit in Lima, Peru.
15 Apr 2018
The Pentagon said on Saturday (April 14) that U.S. strikes in Syria overnight had successfully hit every target and were aimed to deliver an unambiguous signal to the Syrian government and deter the future use of chemical weapons.
28 Jan 2018
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Saturday the United States believed it was Russia's responsibility to curb Syria's use of chemical weapons. Speaking at a news conference in Poland, Tillerson stood by his earlier comments that the Russia-backed Syrian government may still be using chemical weapons against its own people following a suspected chlorine attack in a rebel enclave in Eastern Ghouta.

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