July 8, 2018

'Compounds found by OPCW in Douma commonly used in industry' – chemistry professor



The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has issued an interim report, on the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Syrian city of Douma in April.

It says various chlorinated substances were found in samples from two sites in Douma. Yet, the report also states no nerve agents or their degradation products were detected. The OPCW has not yet reached a final conclusion about the allegations, and its work is still ongoing. Read more.

RT

Related,
Syria war: 'Possible chlorine' at Douma attack site - watchdog - BBC

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