'Neurotoxic' attack in Syria

Medecins Sans Frontieres says doctors have treated about 3,600 patients in Syria with 'neurotoxic symptoms' and that 355 of them died. It suggests there are strong indications that chemical weapons have been used.

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Struggle to identify Syrian orphans after 'gas attack'

A Syrian filmmaker has said hospital workers in Damascus are struggling to identify babies who survived the alleged chemical attack because their parents may already be dead and buried.

Speaking on Skype, Humam Husari told ITV News a large number of bodies were buried before they had been identified.

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