Syria crisis: France claims government used sarin


The British and French Governments say they have firm evidence indicating the use of the nerve agent sarin in Syria.

The French foreign minister has said that in at least one case, there is solid proof the Assad government used it against rebel fighters but the Americans insist more evidence is needed.

Richard Forrest reports.

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