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Syria: BBC Investigation Reveals Widespread Chemical Weapons Use

BBC investigation reveals 106 chemical attacks against civilians in Syria since 2014.

The BBC has compiled evidence that there have been more than 100 chemical weapons attacks in Syria since President Assad agreed to destroy his country's stocks five years ago. Most involved the use of chlorine gas. Mr Assad has repeatedly insisted that his forces no longer have chemical weapons.

Also in the programme: Sears department store files for bankruptcy, and a big week for Brexit.

Image: A mother and father weep over their child's body who was killed in a suspected chemical weapons attack on the Damascus suburb of Ghouta. Credit: NurPhoto/Corbis via Getty Images.

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