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>> International chemical weapons experts in Syria finally have the samples from Duma. The team from the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons left for Damascus on Saturday to the destination of alleged gas attack that took place on the 7th of April. Samples will be transported back to the Netherlands pending analysis.
France and the U.S. have accused Russia of obstructing access to the site by medical relief agencies say dozens of people were killed. But Russia and Damascus say the alleged gas attack, which triggered western missile attack on Syria, was fabricated. Meanwhile, video uploaded to social media showed Syrian rebels withdrawing from and enclave northeast of Damascus on Saturday.
It comes as part of a surrender agreement. Some will go to eastern Syria, where Islamic states still hold some territory. And others to rebel enclaves in the northwest. It was still a state control over the eastern another victory for President Basher Al-Assad. Footage captured by fears to show another government defensive in underway and it besieged enclave south of Damascus.
The Al-Hajar al-Aswad district is part of an area that is held by Islamic State and other jihadist groups as well as the Palestinian Yarmouth camp. The UN agency that cares for Palestinian refugees has said it's deeply concerned about the fate of citizens and some twelve thousand Palestinian refugees.