Report: UN report won't directly blame Assad for chemical attack
UN-based diplomats told Foreign Policy Magazine that the UN inspectors report will not directly blame Assad's regime for the Aug. 21 chemical attack. However, it will present strong circumstantial evidence that indirectly implicates the government's responsibility.


According to Foreign Policy, the inspectors have found a "wealth" of evidence on the use of chemical agents by Syrian President Bashar Assad. (Ynet)