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Syria: 'Chemical attack' in Syria draws international outrage - take action

A suspected chemical attack in Syria has drawn international condemnation, with the United States, France and Britain all pointing the finger at President Bashar al-Assad's forces.

At least 58 people, including 11 children, were killed in the rebel-held Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province on Tuesday, doctors and a monitor said.

The United Nations said it would investigate the bombing raid as a possible war crime, and an emergency Security Council meeting was scheduled for Wednesday.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the attack caused many people to choke or faint, and some to foam from the mouth, citing medical sources who described the symptoms as signs that gas was used.

Note EU-Digest: Shame on our governments and to those of us who rather prefer to stick their heads in the sand than taking any action against war and injustice. What is happening in Syria is not only evil, but a disgrace, blemishing the leaders of Russia, the US , the EU, Britain, France, and Syria, Their leaders don't seem to have the will and courage to end this totally horrendous and cruel war. 

At least we as concerned citizens of the world can flood the e-mail boxes of those Nations and leaders who are actively involved in these crimes against humanity,  in protests To help you along here are some of the links to e-mail addresses for: the White House :, The EU:, Russia: , Britain:, France:, Syria: / . 

It will take very little of your time, but at least you will do humanity a service. Also please pass this along. 

Read more: 'Chemical attack' in Syria draws international outrage | Syria News | Al Jazeera

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