US to help rebels after Syrian forces 'cross red line'

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The United States says it is increasing the scope and scale of military support for opposition forces in Syria after it concluded that President Assad's forces had used chemical weapons - including the nerve agent, sarin.

The White House estimates that between 100 and 150 people have died from detected chemical attacks in Syria to date.

David Willis reports from Washington.

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