Syrian hostage Domenico Quirico overheard rebels to blame for Damascus chemical attacks | Mail Online

An Italian journalist and a Belgian writer who were held hostage in Syria for five months have claimed that they overheard a conversation suggesting that rebel forces were behind a chemical weapon attack on Damascus and not President Assad‘s army.Domenico Quirico and Pierre Piccinin de Prata were kidnapped while working in the war torn country in April.The pair were released on Sunday night and have now said that they heard a conversation between their captors in English on Skype in which they allegedly revealed that rebels launched the attack to prompt Western forces to intervene.

via Syrian hostage Domenico Quirico overheard rebels to blame for Damascus chemical attacks | Mail Online.

 

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