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Russia has betrayed obligation to end Syria’s chemical weapons program -White House

White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told reporters the attack was consistent with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s established pattern of chemical weapons use, and that Russia and Iran also bore responsibility for their material support for the government.

“It is also now clear that Russia has betrayed its obligations to guarantee the end of the Syrian regime’s chemical weapons program,” Sanders added.

The suspected chemical weapons attack late Saturday (April 7) night killed at least 60 people had been killed and more than 1,000 injured in several sites in Douma, a city near the capital Damascus, according to a Syrian aid organization.

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