Survivors of chemical attack want stronger US role
Tears welling in her eyes, Syrian refugee Amineh Sawan said Thursday that Americans are too focused on the use of chemical weapons by the regime of President Bashar Assad.


"My brother's family survived the chemical weapon attack the day of the attack," the 23-year-old said, her voice trembling. "Seven days later they were killed with a mortar shell. If you take away the weapons, Assad still has so many weapons to kill us." (Ap)