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Alleged Gas Attack Sparks International Outcry

Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime bombed rebel-held suburbs on Thursday in eastern Damascus, where government forces had led an alleged chemical attack killing more than 100 people the prior day. Anti-regime activists have reported more than 1,300 deaths, many of them children and women. A U.N. team already in Syria to inspect past chemical attack claims has been urged to investigate the site of the recent alleged massacre.

(Photo: AP Photo/Media Office Of Douma City)

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