07/04/2017 | Print Edition
A new chemical gas attack left more than 80 dead, including 30 children, in the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rebel-held Idlib, Syria, on Tuesday. As the US and Europe blame the Bashar al-Assad regime, Russia says that rebels may have been the perpetrators. The era of chemical attacks started in World War I. A century later, the international community is still failing to give a clear response. In the picture above, a man carries the body of a dead child, a victim of the slaughter.