Since April 4th 2017, reports have been released about a chemical attack that is supposed to have occurred in a Syrian town called Khan Shaykhun.

According to the BBC, "[t]he UK's foreign secretary, a rebel commander and a weapons expert all said evidence pointed to an attack by the Syrian government".

  • Were chemical weapons used in Khan Shaykhun on April 4th?
  • Did the Syrian government order the use of chemical weapons in Khan Shaykhun on that day?
  • If so, were these chemical weapons deployed from aircrafts of the Syrian government's forces?
  • Did Bashar al-Assad order the use of chemical weapons on Khan Shaykhun?

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