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The bombing of a government controlled town in Syria has erupted in international media, with on-the-ground claims that a chemical weapon was used on civilians and military officials, killing 25 and injuring another 86. With blame of this Hussein-like attack being shifted between Syrian rebels and the Assad regime, stakeholders are questioning the next moves in the unstable Gulf region.

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Wednesday, March 20 2013
Produced By Wade Stephens and Donna Douvartzidis
Featured in storyDr John Bruni - Director of SAGE International, an online geopolitical risk consultancy groupTobias Feakin - Senior analyst in charge of national security at the Australian Strategic Policy InstituteMohammad al-Hamwi - Australian Syrian Association representative

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