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U.S. President Donald Trump Thursday hinted at possible military action against Syria as his administration considered how to strike at President Bashar Assad after this week's chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 people.Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan voiced hope Trump that will take military action, Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency quoted him as saying.The United States said it hoped for a vote late Thursday on a U.N. Security Council resolution that would condemn the chemical attack.Russia has provided military support for the Syrian government since September 2015, turning the balance of power in Assad's favor.Syria maintains it didn't use chemical weapons, blaming opposition fighters for stockpiling the chemicals.At the U.N., the United States, which currently holds the presidency of the Security Council, drafted a resolution along with Britain and France that condemns the use of chemical weapons, particularly in the attack on Khan Sheikhoun, "in the strongest terms".A day earlier, Russia had argued against holding the regime responsible.At a news conference in Damascus, Moallem said the Syrian army bombed a warehouse belonging to Al-Qaeda's branch in Syria that contained chemical weapons.
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