Thirty-five-year-old Dalya Khaled al-Masoud said she had two perfectly healthy pregnancies prior to her daughter Fatema. She believes the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun led to her daughter's deformities.

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Dalya Khaled al-Masoud was in the early months of her pregnancy in April 2017, when Syrian regime forces carried out a chemical attack near her town of Khan Sheikhoun. She experienced difficulty breathing, foaming at the mouth and even fainted. Later, her baby was born without limbs. She believes the chemical attack was the culprit.

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Thirty-five-year-old Dalya Khaled al-Masoud said she had two perfectly healthy pregnancies prior to her daughter Fatema. She believes the chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun led to her daughter's deformities.
 

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