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A junior at a South African high school, Sive traveled on a three-week leadership program to the US, where he had an incredible, eye-opening experience. Then, shortly after he returned, his mother’s health deteriorated. He took her to the hospital. A few weeks later, she passed away.
Chemical weapons were used in Syria, a new U.N. report said Monday, but stopped short of blaming either side for their use. As Russia and the United States haggle over the language of a deal for Syria to turn over its chemical weapons stockpile, it's just one more piece of the puzzle.