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Ukraine's acting president has called for the resumption of military operations against pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country, claiming two of his party's supporters had been "tortured to death", in a further blow to an unravelling international peace plan.
Oleksandr Turchynov said "counter-terrorist" operations in the region, suspended as part of the peace agreement in Geneva last Thursday, should restart after the bodies of two men, one a pro-Kiev politician, had been found near the rebel-held town of Slavyansk.
US demands urgent investigation into claims Syrian forces used chlorine gas attack on rebels
Hollande said he has no clear proof that Assad’s regime used chlorine
originally posted by: Danbones
what I see is a constant barrage of "through deception thou shalt create war"
from wmds to bin ladens to gas attacks to ...