UN weapons experts set out from Damascus early on Monday in search of evidence of chemical warfare. Five days after reports of chemical attacks, inspectors have little time left.
US Ambassador Nikki Haley has said the US remains "prepared to act" to end chemical attacks and "inhuman suffering" in Syria. She also circulated a draft UN ceasefire resolution to replace an earlier "failed" truce.
Evacuation efforts in Aleppo have been halted as rebels and pro-government forces trade accusations of breaking the deal. Meanwhile, an explosion occurred outside a police station in the Syrian capital, Damascus.
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