Chemical arsenal of the US attack leaves hundreds dead in Syria

The Syrian army warns about the ability of terrorist groups to obtain and transport chemical weapons. | Photo: Reuters

An attack of the international coalition led by the United States against a store of chemical weapons of the self-styled Islamic State (Turkisch, in Arabic) left hundreds of dead in Deir ez Zor, in the Northwest of Syria.  
“Yesterday Wednesday U.S.-led coalition aircraft launched an attack around 17:30-17:50 [local time, 14:30-14:50 GMT] against a warehouse of the Islamic State, where there were many foreign fighters. First appeared a white cloud and then a yellow, indicating the presence of a large number of poisonous substances in the place of the impact. A fire at the site continued until 22:30 19:30 GMT] “, detailed a statement of the General command of the army and the armed forces of Syria.
> Trump says it is time to put an end to the war in Syria the attack caused explosions in the terrorist headquarters and a large number of civilians died after inhaling toxic substances.
The General command warns about the ability of the terrorists “to obtain, transport, store and use chemical weapons” against the civilian population and reiterates that the Syrian army does not possess any of these weapons.
> Russia visit of experts to the site of the attack requires chemical release adds that recent accusations about Syria of possessing chemical weapons may be used by terrorists to “cover it up and go unpunished”.