Chemical bombs are being used in Syria despite the regime government claiming to have brokered a ceasefire , a medic has claimed.
Dr Zahed Katurji said stressed and overworked colleagues in Harasta, near Damascus, were treating patients hit with chlorine.
Dr Katurji, 30, the last doc to flee the besieged city of Aleppo in a huge evacuation in December, said: “Over the last three weeks my friends have said they are treating patients after chlorine attacks. Last year there were four chlorine attacks.”
Dr Katurji, who worked in the Al Quds hospital, also revealed how he coped