Official: Syria to facilitate chemical weapons team mission

Official: Syria to facilitate chemical weapons team missionDAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — An international chemical weapons delegation will visit Syria in the coming days and Damascus will facilitate its mission to uncover who used chemical weapons in the country earlier this year, a Syrian official said Saturday.


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