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UN / SYRIA CHEMICAL WEAPONS REPORT WRAP

The United Nations inspection team investigating last month's chemical weapons attack finds "clear and convincing evidence" that sarin gas was used. UNTV

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IRAQ /SYRIANS RETURN TO LEARNING

In Iraq, nine out of ten refugee children living in host communities are out of school. The past three weeks have seen more than 50,000 new refugees to the Kurdistan Region, around half of whom are children who will need support to keep learning. UNICEF

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FAO / BIRD FLU

The UN food agency issued a new warning saying bird flu viruses continue to pose a serious threat to human and animal health, adding they will pose a greater risk during the upcoming flu season. FILE    

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GENEVA / SYRIA COI PRESSER

A United Nations panel investigation into human rights abuses in Syria said it was conducting its own independent investigations to establish who was to blame for the 21 August chemical attack in Damascus. CH UNTV

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UN / LIBYA

The Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Libya, Tarek Mitri, told the Security Council that two years since the fall of the Qadhafi regime "it is more evident today that preconceived ideas about political transition are likely to be a recipe for disappointment if not failure." UNTV

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GENEVA / SYRIA COUNCIL

A UN panel investigation into human rights abuses in Syria, says the deliberate targeting of hospitals, medical personnel and ambulances, denial of access to medical care, and ill-treatment of the sick and wounded, are the most alarming features of the Syrian conflict. CH UNTV

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