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On July 23, 2012, former spokesman for the Syrian Foreign Ministry acknowledged for the first time that the government has a stock of chemical weapons, but insists that it "will not be used against the Syrian people or civilians during this crisis, under any circumstances." After a little more than a year, nearly 1,400 people on the outskirts of Damascus in a chemical attack carried out by the regime of President Bashar al-Assad were killed. This is the biggest attack with chemical weapons since Saddam Hussein blew up thousands of Kurds in Halabja in Iraq 25 years ago. Now, with the inclusion of the Syrian civil war, its sixth year, the chemical weapons attack against civilians continues in full swing.

Yesterday, pictures and videos alarming (Warning: They draw) started out from the town of Khan Chikun in Idlib province controlled by the rebels: Child convulsions, foaming at the mouth, Ghazi breathing, lying motionless like crying parents and try to save the team to wash the chemicals from their bodies. According to the Syrian Syrian Medical Association and various monitoring groups, barrels of explosives were dropped on civilian areas, killing at least 74 people, including 11 children, at least, and injured hundreds of others. The bombs contain toxic chemicals, possibly including sarin - the nerve fluid factor that often leads to death asphyxiation.

After the attack, bringing the White House blamed the "weakness of the Obama administration." This morning, President Donald Trump, who had forgiven Assad that his regime crimes by highlighting the struggle Daesh, that the attacks "across multiple lines, behind the red line, a lot of different pathways," which may indicate a change in the situation on Syria and Assad. (A few days before the attack, Nikki Haley, said US Ambassador to the UN, said that the government is not considered to remove Assad from the priority rule, which repeats Foreign Minister Rex Tillerson, who said last week that the future of Assad "will be decided by the Syrian people . ")

The attack, which happened yesterday is the latest in a long series of chemical attacks against Syrian civilians. Here is a summary schedule of how we got here.

August 20th, 2012

    President Barack Obama said that the use of chemical weapons in Syria would be a "red line" and will change the "calculus" for a military response in Syria.
December 23, 2012

    He reported the first allegations of use of chemical weapons in Syria. It is said that seven people were killed in Homs as "poisonous gas" used by the Assad regime. Then, the cable continued US State Department said that there is strong evidence that the government of using chemical weapons, known as Agent 15 in the attack.
March 12, 2013

    After France and Britain sent a letter urging an investigation into three alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced that the UN will achieve. Within a month, observers and opposition activists claimed that the Assad regime launched attacks other chemical weapons. He said that Syria has obstructed the investigation.
August 21, 2013

    It should be noted that more than a thousand people were killed in a major attack with chemical weapons on the outskirts of Damascus. This concludes the investigation by the UN that the missile ground-to-ground delivered sarin nerve, and the evidence suggests that the government was behind the attack. United States issued later in the report blamed the Syrian government.
August 31, 2013

    President Obama said he would request permission from Congress to use force against Syria: "I am convinced that we are capable of the Assad regime accountable for their use of chemical weapons, and to prevent this type of behavior and reduce their ability to perform." Does Congress never voted on it, has been postponed this procedure after the Secretary of State John Kerry, then that Assad could avoid military attack if he handed over his stock of chemical weapons.
September 27, 2013

    Syrian government ordered the Security Council of the UN to destroy all chemical weapons stockpiles by 2014, threatening to allow the use of force if it is not met.
June 23, 2014

    Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and states that all remaining chemical weapons had been sent from Syria to get rid of them. However, widely suspected that have not been cleared of all chemical weapons Syria.
10 September 2014

    It concludes finding mission of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to the fact that the chlorine gas used as weapons in Syria. Chlorine, which is an obstacle to filling the lungs with liquid agent, is not among the chemicals to be destroyed under a UN treaty. However, the Convention on Chemical banned arms embargo.
August 7th, 2015

    And the authority of the investigators of the UN Security Council and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons pe

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