Well now, just what we need, another case of “Who done it?” When it comes to the governments in charge, none of them have any credibility. So who do you believe?
Russia is continuing to defend its close ally, Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. On Monday, reported Russia Today (RT), President Vladimir Putin told British Prime Minister David Cameron that Russia has no evidence of a chemical weapons attack having taken place in Syria or who is responsible. The two leaders held an urgent phone call on Monday afternoon regarding the Syrian crisis in the wake ofa sniper attack on UN chemical inspectors outside Damascus. “President Putin said that they did not have evidence of whether a chemical weapons attack had taken place or who was responsible,” a British government spokesperson was quoted by RT as having said after the call. Cameron stated that he was sure the alleged attack was instigated by Assad’s government forces, saying that he believed the opposition did not have the capacity to carry out such a strike. “The regime had also prevented UN access in the immediate aftermath, suggesting…
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