OPCW inspectors reach Syria's Douma after days of delays

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Inspectors of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) have entered Syria's Douma for investigations into gas attack launched by the Assad regime earlier this month and killed more than 70 civilians. 

 

The OPCW inspectors are said to have faced obstacles from the Assad regime that prevented them from access to the site of the gas attack for days. 

 

Joint US, UK and France strikes targeted Assad regime positions as well as the allied Iranian militias. 

 

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