UK proposes giving OPCW power to 'name and shame' suspects

The UK has proposed giving more power to the world's chemical weapons watchdog by allowing it to name and shame those who carry out those types of attacks.

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    The UK has proposed giving more power to the world's chemical weapons watchdog by allowing it to name and shame those who carry out those types of attacks.

    The organisation is not currently allowed to lay blame.

    Russia and its allies - Syria and Iran - have strongly rejected the proposal.

    Al Jazeera's Neave Barker reports from The Hague


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