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Chemical weapons inspectors seek access to Douma after UN team faces gunfire, explosion

BEIRUT - The deployment of chemical weapons inspectors into the Syrian city of Douma was delayed after unidentified assailants fired on a United Nations security team visiting the site of a suspected attack, an official said Wednesday.

The assailants shot at the U.N. team and detonated an explosive Tuesday,

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