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The effort to respond to a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria has many asking why the world never saw fit to get involved earlier in the civil war.

Well over 100,000 people have died in the conflict, which has raged for more than two years.

Massacres, civilians bombed, people decapitated, millions of Syrians are displaced—yet a single attack has now crossed what U.S. President Barack Obama called a “red line.” Rebel officials say more than 1,300 people, including many women and children, died recently as a result of chemical weapons.

Read more at CNN.com.

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