The United States and Britain have provided United Nations experts with details of 10 suspected chemical weapons attacks by Syrian government forces, a UN diplomat said Wednesday. The revelations come as Western nations struggle to gain access to Syria for the UN team that has been waiting more than three months for Damascus to let it in.
Britain, France and the United States have each sent evidence of alleged attacks to the UN for the team led by Swedish expert Ake Sellstrom. The incidents started in December and run through to May, according to diplomats. (AFP)