US SAYS SYRIAN FORCES LIKELY FIRED TEAR GAS ON CIVILIANS

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is accusing forces backed by the Syrian government and Russia of firing tear gas at civilians and falsely claiming it was a rebel chemical weapons attack.The incident occurred Nov. 24 amid fighting near...

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