UN experts have finished their work in Syria and will "expedite" a report on whether chemical weapons have been used in the country's conflict, UN spokesman Martin Nesirky said Friday.
A United Nations (UN) arms expert collects samples during an inspection of a site on August 29, 2013 where rockets fell in Damascus' eastern Ghouta suburb during a suspected chemical weapons strike. UN inspectors investigating apparent deadly poisonous gas attacks in Syria headed to a military hospital Friday on the last day of their probe, a security official said.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is ready to brief the UN Security Council on the investigation into a suspected chemical weapons attack this weekend if needed, the spokesman told a briefing.
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