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>> Despite Western efforts to condemn last week's deadly gases hack in Syria.>> Those against?>> Russia has veto the move at the UNs latest security council meeting. It's not the first time Basar El Asad's ally has blocked the draft resolution, it's the 8th. The United States, France, Britain and seven other nations wanted to denounce a toxic gas attack on rebel held Khan Sheikhoun on the 4th of April.
And tell Assad's government to provide access for investigators and information such as flight plans. The attack led to the United States launching missiles strikes on a Syrian airbase, widening a rift between the US and Russia. China, which has previously vetoed six resolutions in Syria, abstained from the vote, as did Ethiopia and Kazakhstan.
Syria's government denies any responsibility for the attack, in which 87 people died. Russia has stood by that position, saying the poison gas belong to rebels or the incident could've even be in fakes.