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Chemical weapons watchdog votes to suspend Syria's rights


Member states of the global chemical weapons watchdog vote to strip Syria of its rights at the organisation in an unprecedented step after a probe blamed Damascus for poison gas attacks. SOUNDBITE announcing the adoption of the resolution

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