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Initial U.S assessment suggests nerve agent used in Syria attack

WASHINGTON - The initial assessment of the US government suggests that a nerve agent was used in the weekend chemical attack in Douma, Syria, but further evidence is needed to determine what specific agent was used, US government sources said on Monday.
The sources also said the US government had not yet conclusively determined whether the attack was carried out by President Bashar Assad's Syrian government forces.
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