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Chemical weapons attack: Here's what we know

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Contains graphic material which could upset some viewers. The United States and Britain both say Syrian President Bashar Assad has used chemical weapons on his own citizens, but what is the proof? Channel 4’s Jonathan Rugman looks at the evidence.