The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) has announced in a report that they detected chlorine and explosive residues at the site of the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria, but the findings remain inconclusive and they were still working on drawing final conclusions. However, they found no evidence that any nerve agents had been used.
Over seventy Syrian tribes declared war on the US over the weekend as they announced a new “resistance front” to fight foreign troops in northern Syria.
The US is worried about reports of an impending Syrian military operation to retake its own city of Deraa in a de-escalation zone in Syria’s southwest.
Photos of advanced tunnels and infrastructure built and used by Jaish al-Islam in recently-liberated Eastern Ghouta.
“There was not a single corpse,” Russian experts reported from their inspection of the alleged chemical attack site in Douma, calling it “another staged event.”