A Free Syrian Army fighter takes cover while firing a SPG-9 recoilless gun towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Mork, northern Hama countryside May 18, 2014. Picture taken May 18, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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Syria video shows chlorine gas floating in streets: activistsSyrian opposition activists have posted a video of what they say is chlorine gas floating through the streets of a village, the first such footage of they say is a chemical weapon campaign by President Bashar al-Assad. Damascus denies that forces loyal to Assad have used chlorine or other more poisonous gases and blames all chemical attacks on rebels fighting them in a three-year-old uprising.There have been more than a dozen reported chlorine attacks in Syria since April 11 .Syria did not declare chlorine as part of its stockpile, further complicating the operation to rid Assad of chemical weapons.Syria's civil war started with a pro-democracy movement against Assad that armed itself following attacks by security forces on protesters.
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