9/11 kids to terrorists: 'You lose'

They lost their fathers but are "still here," resilient and successful. Ten 9/11 "children" -- now ages 14 to 29 -- join CNN's Brooke Baldwin in a Town Hall about coming of age in the age of terror. Click through the gallery to meet them, and follow the links to <a href="http://www.cnn.com/interactive/2016/09/us/911-children-age-of-terror/index.html" target="_blank">read their stories. </a>

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was stripped of the dominant part of his concoction munititions stockpile in 2013 after the U.S. debilitated an assault because of their affirmed use in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta, prompting a multinational arrangement under which the weapons were evacuated.


However the arrangement did not expel loads of chlorine, a double utilize concoction which has modern applications, yet can likewise be utilized as an unrefined synthetic weapon, conveyed by ad libbed barrel bomb.

The Assad administration has been over and over blamed for utilizing chlorine gas as a concoction weapon, and an UN examination decided in late August found that administration strengths had twice done chlorine assaults.

Secretary of State John Kerry said a year ago that he was "sure beyond a shadow of a doubt" that the Syrian government had assaulted its own particular individuals with chlorine - an allegation the Syrian administration has denied.

Syria and its partner Russia have blamed Islamist activists for utilizing chlorine as a part of the past. UN specialists additionally said a month ago that it had found that ISIS had utilized mustard gas as a part of the combat zone.

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