|Title||Assad’s History Of Chemical Attacks, And Other Atrocities|
|Date||Created *creation_date* Published *publishing_date*|
|Tags||Bombing, Chemical weapon, Dictator, Doctors and hospitals, Regime Forces, Report, Siege, Starvation, Torture, Weapon|
By Russell Goldman.
In six years of war, President Bashar al-Assad of Syria has overseen a campaign of carnage, turning an enormous cache of deadly weapons against the very people they were presumably stockpiled to protect.
In a campaign to crush rebels and jihadists, Mr. Assad and his allies have relied on tactics that go far beyond the norms of modern warfare to kill many thousands of Syrians. Here are the ways they have done it.
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