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.
A team of special investigators from a global watchdog has said the Damascus government air forces deployed chemical weapons in western Syria, including on a hospital. The Russia-backed regime denied the claims.
Schools and clinics in northwestern Syria were targeted in 18 attacks between April last year and February, according to Amnesty International. The rights group accuses Syria's regime and Russian forces of "war crimes."
Fewer civilians were killed In March in the war in Syria than in any other month since the conflict began in 2011. Aid groups fear the arrival of coronavirus in the war-torn country.
For now, the ceasefire negotiated by Turkey and Russia in Idlib is holding. A young Syrian woman tells DW what the situation has been like in recent weeks and how daily life has changed.
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