Douma, Syria, Apr. 8, 2018. The Civil Defense pulls out dozens of children's bodies hours after they were killed in a chemical massacre by the Syrian government forces in Douma, Eastern Damascus. The Syrian government dropped barrels with toxic gases that killed 85 civilians and suffocated 1,200 others. The chemical attack on Douma is the most significant since the Khan Sheikhoun chemical massacre in Idlib on Apr. 4, 2017, when the Syrian government forces bombed the city of Khan Sheikhoun with sarin gas. The attack killed 85 civilians, including 27 children and 19 women, and suffocated more than 546 others, most of them children and women, in addition to Civil Defense volunteers and paramedics.