“We can't know a kinds of gases, though we suspected chlorine and treated patients on this basement since of a symptoms,” Zaher Batal, a conduct of a Aleppo Doctors Syndicate, told Reuters.
None of Syria’s insurgent groups are famous to possess absolute haughtiness agents like sarin, though they could have dosed required weapons with substances like chlorine to give their explosions a chemical punch.
Chemical weapons have been used via a seven-year war in Syria, with a supervision of President Bashar al-Assad rising a many lethal attacks on insurgent enclaves with chemicals like sarin and chlorine. Insurgents are believed to have used chemicals as weapons in smaller attacks on government-held areas.
The Syrian Foreign Ministry urged a United Nations Security Council on Sunday to reject what it called “terrorist crimes” and to take “deterrent, punitive measures opposite a nations and regimes that support and account terrorism.”
Russia, which has sent infantry and troops advisers to support Mr. Assad, also blamed rebels for a attack.