US President Donald Trump says 'cannot allow atrocities' like Syria chemical attack, mulling response
U.S. President Donald Trump condemns a suspected chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held town in Syria that killed dozens of people and says he would decide on a response.
US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the U.S. put sanctions on employees of a Syrian research center that develops chemical weapons.
They collapsed one after the other, recounts a victim. This video contains certain graphic details and viewer discreation is adviced.
A vote on a U.N. resolution condemning a suspected Syria gas attack is expected on Wednesday.
United Kingdom's foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, says a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria was likely orchestrated by the Damascus government. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
A suspected chemical attack in rebel-held northwestern Syria kills dozens of civilians including children and left many more sick and gasping.