Civilians wear gas masks after a suspected chlorine gas attack on Kansafra village in Idlib province. Photograph: Reuters/Reuters

The Guardian: New suspected chemical attacks reported in Syria, dozens injured

Three chlorine attacks reported in Idlib province with nearly 80 people said to have been affected

Syrian activists and a doctor reported Thursday new suspected chemical attacks in the northwestern province of Idlib, leaving several dozens of people suffering from asphyxiation.

Mohammed Tennari, a doctor who testified before the UN Security Council last month after treating a number of victims in Idlib from an earlier chemical attack, said there were at least three separate attacks in the province that injured nearly 80 people.

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