The Arab League's ministerial committee on Syria has agreed to offer £64 million ($100 million) in aid to Syrian refugees, Qatar's prime minister said.
"An amount has been approved for the Syrian refugees of $100 million," Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani told a news conference in the Qatari capital.
Syria acknowledged that it had chemical and biological weapons and said it could use them if foreign countries intervened.
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