Via BBC. France’s Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, stated that lab in Paris confirmed the use of sarin (the same agent used in the attack of the Tokyo subway system by Aum Shinrikyo in 1995) by the Syrian government. The French said that they had already handed the results to the UN, while Obama “red-line" Hussein refused to speak clearly as to whether the game has changed or how it would be changed, still. The Syria Assad government denied the allegation, of course.
Furthermore, according to an UN report, “Children have been taken hostage, forced to watch torture and even participate in beheadings". These kids are set for life!
Some of the readers may have noticed that the original title was “Evidences" and now I have changed it to “Evidence" without s, thanks to Bill bringing it to my attention. “Evidence" is the grammatically correct usage of the word, since “evidence" is a mass noun. It seems to me that I have been misled by distinguished company, including David Hume, William Shakespeare, Agatha Christie, H.G. Wells and the like, over the years. Agatha Christie is definitely one of the reasons for my use of “evidences".