It’s the beginning of a new week. I flip through the newspapers and find a nice surprise in Le Monde: a report by Philippe Rémy and photographer Laurent Van Der Stock on the use of chemical weapons in Syria. I would like to congratulate Laurent on the quality of this photos, and call attention to the courage of the editors of Le Monde for sending two reporters to cover a story that has received little attention recently.
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