Biological samples from the suspected chemical attack in Syria last Saturday that killed at least 42 people, most of them children, have tested positive for chlorine, sarin and possible mixture of other chemicals.
US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley addressed the United Nations Friday, reproving Russian government denials that chemicals were used in the attack.
"I will tell you that, first of all, did a chemical weapons attack happen? Yes, the US has analyzed. Yes, it has happened. The UK has analyzed. Yes, it has happened. And France has analyzed. Yes, it has happened," said Haley.
Now, the question becomes: which countries will join the United States in forming an international coalition to respond with a possible military strike against Syria? On “The News and Why it Matters,” Sara Gonzales, Glenn Beck, Pat Gray, Stu Burguiere and Jason Buttrill discuss the developments.
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