U.N. team returns to Damascus hotel after visiting site of alleged gas attack
DAMASCUS (Reuters) - A team of United Nations chemical weapons inspectors returned to their hotel in Damascus on Monday after visiting one of the sites of an alleged poison gas attack, a Reuters witness said.
The six-car convoy went to the Damascus suburb of Mouadamiya where the inspectors visited wounded people and took samples.
(Reporting by Marwan Makdesi; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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