Chemical weapons inspectors will be given access to Syria gas attack site tomorrow
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 () The US has accused the Kremlin of blocking international experts from reaching the scene of the gas attack in Douma, Syria - and said Russians may have tampered with evidence on the ground.
On Saturday, U.S., British and French forces struck Syria with more than 100 missiles in the first coordinated strikes against Syria, targetting what they called chemical weapons sites in retaliation for a poison gas attack. U.S. President Donald Trump announced the military action from the White...
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Britain’s U.N. ambassador says the Russians and Syrians must uphold their promises to let chemical weapons inspectors visit the site of... Seattle Times - Front PageAlso reported by •News24 •FT.com
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