A Syrian man who was evacuated from the Eastern Ghouta enclave of Douma rests on bags in the northern Syrian city of al-Bab as he waits to find shelter on April 12, 2018.

A Syrian man who was evacuated from the Eastern Ghouta enclave of Douma rests on bags in the northern Syrian city of al-Bab as he waits to find shelter on April 12, 2018.

Clouds of what is suspected to be a chemical weapons agent rained down on Syrian civilians last weekend, prompting more terror among them and urgent conversations about a response from the international community. U.S. President Donald Trump criticized the Syrian government on Twitter, calling its president Bashar al-Assad a “Gas Killing Animal” and promising a strong, if unclear, military response involving missiles.

The chemical attack left as many as 70 in Syria dead and affected an estimated 500 people. CNN international correspondent Nick Paton Walsh brings us a view of how Syrians in the northern part of the country are coping.

Guests

  • Nick Paton Walsh Senior international correspondent, CNN. Based in northern Syria. @npwcnn

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