Syrian refugees who were forced to flee their war-torn country told ITV News that the world has let them down by not staging an intervention to a chemical weapons attack.
One refugee at the Zaatari camp in Jordan told our Correspondent Martin Geissler: "Assad has used chemicals 14 times at least. What is the matter with the world. Are they sleeping? Are they drunk? Are they on drugs?"
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