UN inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike that took place on August 21.
Opposition fighters and civilians stand near members of a United Nations (UN) delegation as UN arms experts inspect the site where rockets fell in Damascus' Eastern Ghouta suburb on August 28, 2013. Rebels who control the area said the inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike on August 21. UPI/Mohammed Al-Abdullah
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Members of a United Nations delegation of arms experts inspect the site where rockets fell in Damascus' Eastern Ghouta suburb on August 28, 2013. Rebels who control the area said the inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike on August 21. UPI/Mohammed Al-Abdullah
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Opposition fighters and civilians stand near members of a United Nations (UN) delegation as UN arms experts inspect the site where rockets fell in Damascus' Eastern Ghouta suburb on August 28, 2013. Rebels who control the area said the inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike on August 21. UPI/Mohammed Al-Abdullah
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Opposition fighters and civilians stand near members of a United Nations (UN) delegation as UN arms experts inspect the site where rockets fell in Damascus' Eastern Ghouta suburb on August 28, 2013. Rebels who control the area said the inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike on August 21. UPI/Mohammed Al-Abdullah
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A members of a United Nations delegation of arms experts inspects the site where rockets fell in Damascus' Eastern Ghouta suburb on August 28, 2013. Rebels who control the area said the inspectors travelled in a six-vehicle convoy to investigate a suspected chemical weapons strike on August 21. UPI/Mohammed Al-Abdullah
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