Fear among Syrians as UN blocks chemical attack investigation

The United Nations Security Council failed last month to agree on investigating chemical attacks in Syria.

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    The United Nations Security Council failed last month to agree on investigating chemical attacks in Syria.

    The inquiry into their use expired after Russia vetoed a US-sponsored resolution that would have extended its mandate.

    This inaction is causing fear among Syrians, that the perpetrators will become bolder.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from northern Aleppo.


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