A dog walks along a damaged street in the Damascus suburb of Zamalka October 3, 2013. Survivors of the sarin gas attack east of Damascus six weeks ago still suffer from insomnia, severe headaches and ... more 
A dog walks along a damaged street in the Damascus suburb of Zamalka October 3, 2013. Survivors of the sarin gas attack east of Damascus six weeks ago still suffer from insomnia, severe headaches and the mental fog that they say began after their exposure to the gas. Everyone around Zamalka speaks of a night of horror that they liken to Armageddon. Locals say they have become accustomed to army shelling whenever they congregate, a practice they say is done on purpose in order to target the largest number of civilians. Picture taken October 3, 2013. To match Insight SYRIA-CRISIS/ZAMALKA REUTERS/Bassam Al Arbeeni (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT ANIMALS) less 
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Fri, Oct 4, 2013 7:38 AM EDT