Russia, Syria try to 'clear out' chemical attack site, - US State Department
10:01, Apr 21, 2018
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On April 9, officers from the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the opposing sides in Syria visited Douma but did not find any traces of chemical weapons.
Stephane Dujarric said at the United Nations headquarters that "due to the volatility" of the situation in Douma the United Nations did not want "to telegraph" when a security team would return to to see if conditions were safe for the inspectors to visit.
France, the US and Britain bombed suspected Syrian chemical weapons sites last week, saying Syrian President Bashar Assad's government was behind the Douma attack, which killed at least 40 people. But the Syrian government later said it was the United Nations security team that had gone there.
Nauert added that Russian officials have "worked with the Syrian regime to sanitize the locations of the suspected attacks and remove incriminating evidence of chemical weapons use".
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Their destination was Jarablus, a town under shared Turkish and Syrian opposition control near the Syria-Turkey border.
These two questions elicit bipartisan agreement: Republicans and Democrats both favor a response to chemical weapons attacks, and generally reject a responsibility to take action to stop the fighting, though Republicans are very closely divided.
Journalists visiting Douma on a government-organized tour Monday did not report any security threats.
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