The survivors after the deadly attack in Syria has described how the chemical bombs dropped from aircraft, which directly contradicts the government's version of events.
Global condemnation intensified on Wednesday, the day after the chemical attack on the rebel-held town in Idlib province, which killed at least 70 people, including children. The white house and Britain accused the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in the attack, committed at dawn in Khan Sheyhun when some were still asleep. In the United Nations the Western powers have criticized Russia for what it supports.
The world health organization reported that the victims had signs of contact with nerve agents, and Amnesty International said the evidence indicates "air chemical attack."
Expert on chemical weapons: an explanation of the events in Russia are "extremely implausible." The US President Donald trump said that the attack had changed his views on Syria and Assad. Medical experts said that the attack likely was the result of a nerve gas such as sarin. The UN Security Council held an emergency meeting, but did not vote for the resolution. Trump has described the attack on innocent civilians "insult to humanity". "These heinous actions of the Assad regime cannot be tolerated, - said trump.
Russia has said of the deaths in the airstrike of regime's chemical arms factory. But the survivors, who were treated in a hospital on the Turkish side of the border, reported that they had seen chemical bombs dropped from aircraft.
The organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons said it is collecting evidence about the attack. Speaking at the summit meeting in Belgium on the future of Syria, the Minister of foreign Affairs of great Britain Boris Johnson has accused the Syrian regime. "All the evidence I've seen suggests that it did the Assad regime, fully aware that they have used illegal weapons in the barbaric attack on its own people," said Johnson.
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