Chemical Bombings in Syria

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Chemical Bombings in Syria

Kareem Khadder CNN

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Kareem Khadder CNN

Kareem Khadder CNN

Reagan White, Staff Writer

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On Tuesday, April 4, 70 people were killed by a chemical bombs that were dropped by planes in the Idlib Province of Syria. Many countries, including the United States and the U.K. are blaming President Bashar Al-Assad of Syria. According to CNN, President Trump stated, “It crossed a lot of lines for me. When you kill innocent children, innocent babies … with a chemical gas that is so lethal that people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many, many lines — beyond a red line.” Many died from choking to death, or foaming at the mouth after they breathed in the poisonous and illegal chemicals. Chemical weapon expert Dan Kaszeta told CNN, “Nerve agents are the result of a very expensive, exotic, industrial chemical process — these are not something you just whip up.This was a direct attack to opposed forces to ISIS, as the province has ISIS-controlled areas.

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