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Chlorine gas used in Eastern Ghouta?

THE HAGUE – The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has started a study of attacks in the Syrian rebellenbolwerk Eastern Ghouta. That, say sources in diplomatic circles against Reuters news agency. From the research must prove or prohibited ammunition is used.

Local authorities in the area stated then that witnesses chlorine smoke after a “huge explosion.”

Researchers take an attack of Sunday under the microscope. Local authorities in the area stated then that witnesses chlorine smoke after a “huge explosion.” The Syrian Observatory for human Rights could not confirm or actually an attack was carried out by poison gas.

The OPCW team is going according to the sources, for safety reasons, no research in Eastern Ghouta, where in a week’s time hundreds of deaths would have fallen by heavy shelling. The researchers will rely on testimonials, beeldmaterieel and interviews with medical experts.

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