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Posts Tagged: Chlorine

February 1, 2018

By Eliot Higgins

For the Third Time This Year, Chlorine is Used as a Chemical Weapon in Douma, Damascus

As international concerns grow about Syria’s use of chemical weapons, new evidence of the Syrian military’s chemical weapon use continues to emerge from Syria. On the morning of February 1 2018, local activists reported the use of chemical rockets filled with chlorine against opposition held territory in the west of Douma, Damascus: Urgent || the…

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October 9, 2017

By Bellingcat Investigation Team

Summary of Open Source Evidence from the March 25th 2017 Chlorine Attack in Al-Lataminah, Hama

The town of Al Lataminah in Hama has seen a large amount of military activity during the recent years of the Syrian conflict, including repeated allegations of the use of chlorine gas as a chemical weapon, and more recently confirmation in an interview with the head of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons…

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February 14, 2017

By Hady Al-Khatib

New Visual Evidence about Chlorine Gas Attacks in Eastern Ghouta

On January 31, footage emerged from sources within Syria showing what is claimed to be a chemical weapon attack in the countryside of Damascus. This article will use open source analysis techniques to examine the footage and judge its veracity. Incident 1: Al-Marj, Damascus countryside Date: 30/01/2017 Reported casualties: No Information Injured: 11 (3 of them…

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July 18, 2014

By Eliot Higgins

Evidence of a New Chemical Attack in Syria

Since April 11th multiple chemical barrel bomb attacks have been reported in Syria, with many of them in and around the pro-opposition town of Kafr Zita.  Locals have claimed chlorine gas was used, something that was supported by an investigation by the Daily Telegraph.  Since late May there’s been no reports of chemical attacks until…

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