Chemical weapons inspectors now have samples from a Syrian town targeted in a suspected attack. It's been two weeks since reports emerged of a chemical attack on Douma, an attack blamed on the Bashar al-Assad regime. The Syrian government and its Russian allies deny any involvement and accuse rebels of making up the story. The U.S., France and the U.K. fired missiles at Syrian targets in response. The inspectors with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons arrived in Douma Saturday and called the delay in access to the site unacceptable. The samples are being sent to a lab in The Netherlands.
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