UN to probe Syrian opposition claims of chemical weapons use

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 3, 2013 12:26

 
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The Syrian opposition has pledged to fully cooperate with UN inspectors who are due in the war-torn country to investigate claims that forces loyal to President Bashar Assad used chemical weapons, Israel Radio reported on Saturday.

According to Israel Radio, the inspectors are scheduled to visit Syria in the coming days. They will reportedly visit three sites where rebel fighters battling the Assad regime claim there was use of chemical arms.

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