UN chemical-weapons inspectors to leave for Syria

The United Nations chemical-weapons team will leave "imminently" for Syria following negotiations with the Syrian government. The team will be in Syria for as long as 14 days to investigate alleged chemical weapons use at three sites, said UN deputy spokesman Eduardo del Buey. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon sees the investigation as "an important deterrent" against the use of chemical weapons, del Buey said.

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