France's foreign minister has said that the French intelligence services have provided proof that the Syrian government was behind the alleged chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held village which left scores dead.
It is thought 86 people died in the April 4 incident, which British and Turkish scientists determined involved both sarin gas - a nerve agent - and chlorine.
Jean-Marc Ayrault made the comments to media on Wednesday. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has repeatedly denied his government still has chemical weapons stocks.
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