'It had a rotten smell': Douma 'chemical attack' survivors speak | News | Al Jazeera

'It had a rotten smell': Douma 'chemical attack' survivors speak

Displaced survivors of suspected chemical attack earlier this month in Syria tell their stories to Al Jazeera.

    The suspected chemical attack in Douma has killed more than 40 people. Those who survived the attack have been displaced.

    Some of them spoke to Al Jazeera on how they felt when the poisonous substance in the attack was used earlier this month.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from Gaziantep, on the Turkey-Syria border.


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