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More than 80 people were killed in the incident in Syria, but a few weeks ago in the Iraqi city of Mosul, a U.S.-led coalition airstrike reportedly killed more than 200. In both cases government officials claimed terrorist munitions had been targeted. The Syria attack sparked immediate reaction – both in the media and from Western officials. (READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/87v8)


Trump has ‘drunk the Kool Aid’ on Syria narrative
[fmr diplomat]


Dozens of people were killed on Tuesday by an apparent gas attack in Idlib, Syria. President Donald Trump spoke on the topic, saying that his “view of Assad has changed.” Former diplomat Jim Jatras joins “News with Ed” to discuss the impact of the reported chemical attack on geopolitics in the region and why he believes the mainstream media narrative of the Syrian conflict is flawed.


 

 

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