Activists: UN experts reach site of suspected Damascus gas attack

By REUTERS
August 26, 2013 14:53

 
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AMMAN - UN inspectors entered the southwestern Damascus suburb of Mouadamiya on Monday, where dozens of people were killed in a suspected poison gas attack last week, activists in the Syrian capital said.

The convoy of chemical weapons investigators entered through a road block manned by Syrian air force intelligence at the entrance to the Sunni Muslim suburb, which is besieged by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad, the sources told Reuters.

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