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At least 20,000 children have died in the deadly conflict which has killed up to 400,000 people since March 2011.
One video posted to YouTube last night shows images of victims including children being carried away, with another claiming they ‘were crushed into tiny pieces’, and another of a mother sobbing as children died in their beds.
The images, which emerged just hours before rebel troops captured the town of Azaz, at a checkpoint on the road into the rebel-held town, suggest that the Syrian crisis is being made worse than ever, and show a chemical weapons attack taking place on an almost daily basis.
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The terrifying videos of the carnage seen on YouTube show victims being carried away while more children are being left behind and crying
In a horrific sequence in the videos, the lifeless bodies can be seen surrounded by a line of civilians – and a young man who is said to be in his twenties or thirties – who are trying to make their way home.
A second video is shown, showing the scene of the’red line’ the opposition’s forces have allegedly put up on a rebel checkpoint in the town.
Some of the dead can even be seen lying on the ground at the foot of a tall fence.
The video was reportedly filmed by the activist Khaled Shaher, and he has claimed that there are about 10,000 children in government captivity.
The reports are said to be the first by a rebel official that the regime has launched its chemical attack in the area.
But opposition officials have vehemently denied any use of chemical weapons and sai