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The UN has released details of its investigation into the chemical attack in Syria.
Russia proposed that Syria hand over its chemical weapons for destruction.
Obama has asked the US Congress to approve military action, France has said it is ready to support.
The prospect of a strike on Syria is likely to dominate the G20 summit in Russia.
Syrian opposition members say the country's former defence minister has defected from the regime.
US President Barack Obama remains firm in his belief that Assad is behind the killings.
Barack Obama says the US has a broader plan to help rebels defeat Bashar al-Assad's forces.
As tensions rise in the region, the UN says more than 2 million Syrians are now refugees.
Russian MPs hope to travel to Washington to convince the US against a strike on Syria.
The United Nations will now wait to confirm whether pro-government forces used sarin gas on Syrians.
US Secretary of State has said they have no doubt the Syrian president was behind the gas attack.
Washington is expected to release an intelligence report on the chemical attack in Syria.
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The International Committee of the Red Cross joined a chorus of international voices urging caution.
The Department of International Relations has called for a peaceful resolution to the crisis in Syria.
The British government has published internal documents advising them to strike Syria.