Russia and European leaders clash at the UN following the gas attack in Syria. Afghan asylum seekers are being sent back to their country and Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi has denied that Rohingya Muslims are being racially targeted. This and more in today's news summary.

World powers clash with Russia at UN over Syria suspected chemical attack: Russia has faced the fury of the international community for failing to rein in the Syrian regime following the suspected chemical attack in Idlib. President Trump said his attitude towards Syria "has changed very much." Click here to read more.

Rejected asylum seekers face difficult return to Afghanistan: Despite the security situation worsening in Afghanistan, the European Union is sending back Afghan nationals whose asylum applications have been denied. Click here to watch the video.

Myanmar leader Suu Kyi denies ethnic cleansing of Rohingya Muslims: Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi has denied accusations of ethnic cleansing against the Muslim minority Rohingya communities. Suu Kyi said it was "too strong an expression" for what was happening. Click here to read more.

How Israeli aid workers help Syrian refugees: As the suspected chemical attack in Syria prompts international outrage, one neighboring country from the south has joined the condemnations. But how much can Israeli individuals do, and should the country intervene? Click here to read more.

Sisyphus ordeal for refugees in Greece: Living in abandoned wagons near Thessaloniki's railway station, refugees squeeze into tiny holes inside freight trains as they try to sneak out of Greece. DW's photojournalist Dimitris Tosidis met them in Thessaloniki. Click here to read more.

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