Aleppo, Syria, Apr. 8, 2018. Girls hold a sign saying, "None of your international laws exclude the lives of our children". Protesters in Qabtan al-Jabal town, Aleppo, Northern Syria, condemn the chemical massacre committed by the Syrian government forces in the besieged city of Douma in Eastern Ghouta. The massacre killed and wounded hundreds of civilians. Most local and international parties have condemned the massacre. The United States President Donald Trump has promised to hold the Syrian government President Bashar al-Assad accountable for his chemical massacre in Douma. Trump also called Assad an "animal" and said that he will pay "big price" for his actions.