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Amsterdam, the Netherlands - August 28, 2013: A number of newspapers with the news that chemical weapons killed hundreds of people on wednesday the 21st of August near Damascus in Syria. Syria's foreign minister denies chemical attacks. The UN has confirmed its inspection team has delayed its second trip to the Damascus suburbs by one day for safety reasons. This week the US and its allies are considering launching strikes on Syria.

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