As the world trades blame for the chemical attack which killed and injured hundreds in the Idlib town of Khan Sheikhoun, the victims remain in shock. The Al Youseff family lost at least 26 members.
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Syria has been stripped of its voting rights at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), after the UN body repeatedly found it to have used chemical weapons in its civil war.
A new report from a chemical weapons watchdog says the Syrian air force dropped a chlorine-packed barrel bomb on the rebel-held Syrian city of Saraqib in 2018.
Syria's upcoming election has been criticized as a "theatrical farce." Though there are five candidates in addition to the incumbent, international governments and the UN see no sign of a free and fair election.
German federal prosecutors are investigating evidence of chemical warfare in Syria. DW and Der Spiegel gained exclusive access to witnesses and documents that form part of the landmark inquiry.
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