It remains unclear who carried out strikes, which reportedly left 15 dead and local hospital in ruins
Khan Sheikun is a reminder of why international community must deter chemical weapon use, British foreign secretary says
Russian planes hit town targeted in sarin attack
An ill-planned Assad regime assault in Idlib could send more refugees to Turkey's borders
Nearly 5,000 Syrians have gone through a migration regulatory process in Morocco, with several hundred receiving refugee status, according to Morocco's ministry of foreign affairs.
hree girls and a mother were killed in airstrikes
Mattis made the comments during a one-day visit for talks with Israeli leaders, who strongly supported a recent US strike against a Syrian airbase in retaliation for an alleged chemical attack on a rebel-held town.
Ten of the 45 buses carrying civilians and loyalist fighters from the besieged government-held towns of Fuaa and Kafraya left the marshalling area in rebel-held Rashidin, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
The draft decision, seen by AFP, calls for an investigation "to establish whether chemical weapons were used in Khan Sheikhun and how they were delivered to the site of the reported incident" -- even though a probe is already underway.
The 3,000 evacuees, who had left their homes at dawn on Wednesday, spent the night in buses in a marshalling area in Rashidin, west of government-held second city Aleppo, awaiting onward transport to safety.
Preliminary analysis indicates ‘incontrovertible’ evidence sarin or similar nerve agent used in deadly attack, Uzumcu says
Western leaders including US President Donald Trump have accused Assad of being behind the attack in the rebel-held town, saying his forces used a chemical weapon during an air strike.
Additional evacuations planned amid ongoing talks between opposition, regime
The blast hit the southwestern neighbourhood of Salaheddin, which was once on the front line between rebels and government forces before the army retook full control of the city in December.
Saturday's blast in Rashidin area hits buses ferrying Syrians from 2 besieged regime-held towns, killing more than 100
Saturday's blast hit a convoy carrying residents from the northern towns of Fuaa and Kafraya as they waited at a transit point in rebel-held Rashidin, west of Aleppo.
Process had been halted after Saturday's blast in southern Aleppo which hit buses ferrying Syrians from regime-held towns
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that 98 evacuees from the northern towns of Fuaa and Kafraya were killed when an explosives-laden vehicle hit their buses at a transit point west of Aleppo on Saturday.
The Syrian Arab Red Crescent distributed food and water to the waiting passengers, who included 3,700 civilians, at Rashidin, west of government-held second city Mosul.
The latest sanctions were Canada's first against Syria and Assad since 2014 when a conservative government was in office.
Lavrov: 'Objective' investigation of deadly attack should be done under Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons