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Syria Allows United Nations To Inspect Chemical Attack Site

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  Original Published: 8/26/2013 The Syrian government tells CNN it will allow United Nations inspectors full access to the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack. Syria's deputy foreign minister says the agreement is effective immediately. U.S. inspectors have been trying to gain access to the site on the outskirts of Damascus since opposition groups reported 1,300 people were killed there last Wednesday. The Syrian government and rebels accuse each other of using chemical weapons in the attack. A statement from the office of the U.S. Secretary General says inspectors hope to start their investigation at the site Monday.
   
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