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The U.S and the U.N. Probe Syria

The world reacts to the suspected chemical attacks that may have killed up to 1,800 people.
02:33 | 08/22/2013

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We turn overseas to syria and the stunning numbers tonight we heard from the state department, potentially more than 1,000 victims in the latest possible chemical attacks, the world still studying... See More
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