UN Security Council to meet over chemical attack in Syria

On Saturday, the Syrian regime launched a new chemical weapons attack that killed at least 40 civilians in Douma.

(CBS News) - The U.N. Security Council is set to hold an emergency meeting Monday on Syria following a deadly apparent chemical weapons attack on Saturday. Rival meetings were originally planned; one called by the U.S. and eight other members of the Council to hold those accountable and to demand an investigation and access to victims; and a second called by Russia on threats to international peace and security, presumably to set a course to deflect international condemnation.

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