Overwhelming video evidence for chemical weapons in Syria by the BBC
A Syrian reporter holds what he believes to be the remains of the canisters that held the poisonous gas dropped form helicopters onto the people of Saraqeb. ( image courtesy of Yalla Souriya )
Strong BBC evidence of chemical attack in Saraqeb
Frothing at the mouth, constricted breathing, dilated pupils and a terrible stench all corroborates reports of a chemical attack in the northern Syrian town of Saraqeb last month.
Source: Arab Saga
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Just one graphic explains the feelings of most about the justice situation in Bahrain.
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