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United Nations experts are investigating numerous reports of chlorine gas being used against civilians and rebel fighters, prompting concern at the White House and discussions about possible military options.
Regardless, nobody thought Assad actually gave up all of his chemical weapons, and his army is believed to have carried out multiple chlorine-gas attacks this year as well as another sarin attack last April.
In recent weeks, the United States has accused Syria of repeatedly using chlorine gas as a weapon.
The woman's husband claims his wife placed drops of hydrochloric acid and a water purifying solution that contained chlorine into their child's beverage, FOX59 reported.
The report says the mother was putting drops of hydrochloric acid and water purifying solution (which contains chlorine) in her child’s drink.
The use of chlorine as a weapon is banned under international law.
Some regions in the city had very high chlorine levels, others had very low levels, and still others bounced from high to low.
Dickel environmental consultants scoured their operations but couldn’t find any source of chlorine.
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: a chemical that in its natural form is a greenish-yellow gas and has a strong smell
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