Arabic | Kurdish



UN inspectors have not been allowed into Syria's Douma yet

2018/04/16 | 16:00

(Iraq Now News)-

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. 

Note: The post (UN inspectors have not been allowed into Syria's Douma yet) appeared first on (Baghdad Post) and do not necessarily reflect the position of IraqNow.news.
You can read the original text from the source (Baghdad Post).










Trending Now


⋙ Lebanon Discusses Economic Reform With World Bank

⋙ Jordan Mulls Railway Project to Boost Economy and Ease Traffic Gridlock

⋙ Indians Get Visa-Free Entry to Qatar, With One Condition

⋙ Amidst Brexit Uncertainties, Dubai Developers Flash Their Portfolios to British Investors

⋙ Oil Producers Retaliate Against Trumps‘ Iran Sanctions Waivers With $70 Price Tag per Barrel

Videos - Photos

⋙ Video: Chechen woman blows herself up at Grozny police checkpoint (EXCLUSIVE)

⋙ Brazlilian pilot converts to Islam in midair over Saudi Arabia (video)

⋙ Turkey infuriated over photos of US soldiers having dinner with YPG in Syria


ISIS News

⋙ Video: Chechen woman blows herself up at Grozny police checkpoint (EXCLUSIVE)

⋙ Brazlilian pilot converts to Islam in midair over Saudi Arabia (video)

⋙ US-backed forces deploy 1,700 fighters to anti-ISIS offensive in east Syria

⋙ Iran to create new ISIS, no better partner to fight it than KSA: US

⋙ Anti-ISIS coalition turns focus to stabilization with new representative

⋙ Hashd al-Shaabi guards Iraq-Syria border against ISIS incursion

⋙ Kirkuk's governor belongs to ISIS: Hewitt