Also in Geneva on Tuesday, spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani of the U.N. human rights office said tens of thousands of civilians trapped in opposition-controlled areas are "living under constant bombardment."
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Speaking to reporters in Geneva, Shamdasani said reports indicated IS has stockpiled "large quantities" of ammonia and sulfur that have been placed in the same areas as civilians.
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