Inspectors from the United Nations have not been allowed yet to enter the Syrian town of Douma in eastern Ghouta for investigations into the Assad regime chemical attack against civilians.
The Assad regime attack killed more than 70, mostly women and children.
Also, more than 1000 others were wounded.
On Saturday, joint US-French-British strikes hit chemical sites of the Syrian regime and affiliated Iranian militias.
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