IDLIB, Syria

A Syrian activist, who witnessed regime’s chemical attacks on Hama province, said hope was last to hold the Assad regime accountable for those attacks in Ltamenah town in March 2017.

Mahmud Hamawi, who has archived the attacks of the Bashar al-Assad regime and his allies since the beginning of the civil war, spoke to Anadolu Agency following a recent report released by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) which confirmed that the Assad regime used sarin and chlorine in its airstrike on Ltamenah.

Ltamenah town was targeted by over 9,000 regime and Russian airstrikes, 3,500

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