United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has renewed his request for complete access to Syria for the UN team investigating the alleged use of chemical weapons in the country.
Speaking in New York, he said: “A credible and comprehensive inquiry requires full access to the sites where chemical weapons are alleged to have been used. I again urge the Syrian authorities to allow the investigation to proceed without delay and without any conditions,”
The initial focus of the investigation will be the alleged use of chemical weapons in Kfar Dael region in Aleppo governorate.
ITV News has spoken to people inside Syria who claim they have suffered the effects of chemical weapon attacks by President Assad's forces.
President Obama and David Cameron reacted today to reports of the Syrian government using chemical weapons on civilians.
Britain and the United States have declared they have found evidence that chemical weapons have been used in Syria's bloody civil war.