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Halabja survivors reflect on Syria

Some 25 years after Saddam Hussein gassed them, Iraqis voice concern over the situation in Syria.

Last Modified: 25 Aug 2013 15:57
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If confirmed, last week's chemical attack in the suburbs of Damascus would be the worst of its kind since Saddam Hussein gassed the people of Halabja in 1988.

Some 25 years later, Al Jazeera's Imran Khan has returned to find out what people there think of the situation in Syria.

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