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UN report on Syria shows 'convincing evidence' of chemical weapons use




This photo released by the United Nations shows professor Ake Sellstrom, head of the chemical weapons team working in Syria, handing over the report on the Al-Ghouta massacre to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Sunday Sept. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/United Nations, Paulo Filgueiras)
This photo released by the United Nations shows professor Ake Sellstrom, head of the chemical weapons team working in Syria, handing over the report on the Al-Ghouta massacre to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Sunday Sept. 15, 2013. (AP Photo/United Nations, Paulo Filgueiras)
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Earlier today, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon held a closed door meeting with the Security Council to discuss a report on last month's poison gas attack outside Damascus.

For more on the report and what it means in terms of next steps, we're joined by Rami Ruhayem, BBC's regional editor for the Middle East.