Syria says chemical weapons experts may visit Douma on Wednesday
Tuesday, 17 April 2018 UNITED NATIONS/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria's U.N. ambassador said a United Nations security team travelled to the Syrian town of Douma ahead of a planned visit by global chemical weapons experts on Wednesday to look into a suspected poison gas attack that sparked a U.S.-led retaliatory strike.
Global chemical weapons experts finally reached the Syrian town of Douma on Tuesday (April 17), amid fears that evidence of an alleged chemical weapons attack there will now have been cleaned up. David Doyle reports.
The US and UK say they believe pro-Assad forces to be responsible for the gas attack on Aleppo in late November. CNN reports the two nations dismissed Russian and Syrian claims that opposition forces..