U.S. officials: Syria samples test positive for chlorine gas
U.S. is fairly confident that the Syrian regime carried out an attack that killed dozens in Douma, one of the last towns in the area still under rebel control. U.S. officials say blood and urine samples that came from the deadly attack last Saturday have tested positive for nerve agent, chlorine.
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