(Chemical Weapons Violations Center)
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A newborn baby born to a mother exposed to chemical weapons in the Ghouta suburbs of Damascus in August died Tuesday, a doctor working on the case told The Daily Star.The regime and its allies have blamed the attack, which killed hundreds of people, on the government, while the regime has blamed it on the rebels.Another baby girl, Joud, was recently born without a left foot, and with a missing fingertip. Her mother was two months pregnant when rebels accused the government of launching a chemical weapons attack last July in the city of Homs, where she was living at the time. On a visit to Washington Tuesday, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius accused the regime of using chemical weapons, including chlorine, in 14 attacks since late 2013 .However, chlorine was not included in Syria's inventory list of chemical weapons.
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