A Syrian boy receives treatment at a hospital in the regime-controlled Aleppo on November 24, 2018. Official Syrian media accused the armed opposition of launching an attack with “toxic gas” on the northern city/ AFP

 

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Around 100 Syrians have been hospitalised with breathing difficulties in Aleppo, state media and a monitor said Sunday, after allegations rebels fired “toxic gas” into the regime-held city the previous day.

State news agency SANA reported “107 cases of breathing difficulties” in an updated toll on Sunday.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a Britain-based monitor, said a total of 94 people were hospitalised, but most had been discharged and the 31 cases that remained were not critical.

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