The Syrian Town Hit By Chemical Weapons Has Been Attacked Again

Residents say warplanes returned to bomb a northern Syrian town only days after the initial attack there killed more than 80.
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The Syrian Town Hit By Chemical Weapons Has Been Attacked Again

The Syrian town hit by chemical weapons earlier this week has reportedly been attacked again.

Residents said warplanes returned to bomb them on Friday and Saturday. At least one woman was killed, and multiple people were injured.

It's unclear who ordered the most recent strikes. 

The chemical weapon attack on Tuesday killed over 80 people and injured dozens more. The Trump administration says it believes Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ordered that attack.

In response, President Donald Trump then signed off on firing 59 Tomahawk missiles at a Syrian air base Thursday.

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