Monday, August 26, 2013

'US fixing intelligence around Syria as unsure who's behind chemical attack' (VIDEO)

Russian Foreign Ministry is worried about the pressure being put on Assad's government, despite the UN investigation into the alleged use of chemicals having not even started.

Meanwhile, medical charity Doctors Without Borders say they received more than three thousand patients suffering from intoxication on Wednesday, when the chemical assault was reported. 355 of them died.

But exactly who was behind the attack is still hard to verify.

So far the U.S. and its allies have assumed Assad is to blame.

For more on that, anti-war activist Richard Becker from ANSWER coalition joins RT studio.


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