What You Need to Know About the Syrian Conflict

of 2716Photo
  • Moving Forward
  • Britain: Syria Attack Would Be Justified
  • Kerry: The Attack Was an “Inconceivable Horror”
  • Inconsistent Allies
  • International Critics Speak Out
  • An Unannounced Test
  • Seeking Congress' Support
  • Senate Panel Gives the Greenlight
  • #AssadPromotesHisPresidency
  • G20 Meets in Russia
  • Obama Heads to TV
  • Rose and Assad
  • My Fellow Americans
  • Russia: Put Down Your Weapons
  • What's Happening in Syria?
  • Syrian Refresher
  • How It All Began
  • From Peace to Bloodshed
  • Millions Displaced
  • In Need of Aid
  • Proxy War
  • Peace in the Middle East
  • Claims of Chemical Attacks
  • A “Moral Obscenity”
  • A Crucial Decision
  • Where World Leaders Stand
  • Will Obama Wait on the U.N.?

Kerry: The Attack Was an “Inconceivable Horror”

On Aug. 30, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said President al-Assad’s forces killed 1,429 people, including 426 children, in the chemical weapon attack, according to a detailed intelligence report released that same day. Shortly afterward, President Obama said because the attack threatened U.S. national security interests, he is contemplating limited and narrow action.

(Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)

More Photo Galleries

Videos You May Like

Related Topics