UK envoy to chemical weapons watchdog says no other group but Assad regime could have carried out Douma attack
Experts from the world's chemical weapons watchdog were Monday to hold emergency talks on allegations of a poison gas attack in the Syrian town of Douma.
Imposed on various people and companies, sanctions came over links to Syrian chemical weapons
World leaders again condemned what monitors and activists reported to be a suspected chemical attack in Idlib that left at least 100 people dead.
Russia and China then presented a draft resolution that "seeks to expand the work of the Joint Investigative Mechanism to Iraq," Rycroft said, adding that Britain opposes the measure.
Libya has made moves, with the backing of the UN to get rid of its chemical weapons
German intelligence agency claims to gather proof of armed group using chemical weapons
Two years after the sarin gas attack, the people of Douma are still massacred
Over 1,400 civilians were killed in Ghouta, eastern Damascus, by chemical weapons and nerve agents on Aug. 21, 2013
The destruction of 12 chemical weapons facilities in Syria has started but it is months behind the schedule due to winter storms.
UN General Assembly Committee approves draft resolution demanding Israel put its nuclear arsenal under international scrutiny.
Iraqi government forces had managed to oust ISIL from the compound, where two sealed bunkers contain stockpiles of old chemicals, rockets and equipment
The engineers were shot dead as they were travelling in a small convoy to a research centre near the northeastern district of Barzeh, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
One Western diplomat said Syria still had questions to answer and it was not yet time to take it off the agenda.
Evidence found that chlorine gas was used “systematically and repeatedly” in northern Syria earlier this year, according to research conducted by OPCW.
Ahmet Uzumcu, the head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, said chlorine gas was used “systematically and repeatedly” in villages in northern Syria.
A special site in Munster, in northern Germany, will destroy toxic chemicals, which had previously been neutralized in the American vessel, Cape Ray.
The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has declared Syria's most dangerous chemical weapons totally destroyed.
The Syrian regime's chemical weapons have been destroyed almost a year after nearly 1,500 civilians killed in attack on Damascus suburb.
UK to destroy significant proportion of Syrian President Bashar Assad's stockpile.
Iraq's U.N. Ambassador Mohamed Ali Alhakim told U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in the letter that nearly 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of uranium compounds were kept at Mosul University.