Russia releases key findings on chemical attack near Aleppo indicating similarity with rebel-made weaponsRT
Sep. 04, 2013
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Probes from Khan al-Assal show chemicals used in the March 19 attack did not belong to standard Syrian army ammunition, and that the shell carrying the substance was similar to those made by a rebel fighter group, the Russian Foreign Ministry stated.