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Syrians protest against chemical attack in solidarity with Douma

By Reuters
10 April 2018   |   9:33 am
Syrians in Atarib and Idlib protested against a suspected poison gas attack in the rebel-held town of Douma, according to videos uploaded to a social media website on Monday (April 9).

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