British chemical weapons experts prepare Syria’s doctors for ‘doomsday’ in last rebel stronghold


There was little that could be done by the time Dr Osama Abu El Ezz arrived at the scene of the nerve agent attack on his family’s village of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib, northwest Syria, in April last year.

He remembers the vacant eyes, the frothing mouths and the chests of the victims heaving as they struggled for their last breath. Continue Reading…