Hague warns Syria evidence may be 'compromised'

Foreign Secretary William Hague has said the evidence to prove the Assad regime carried out a chemical attack on Syrian civilians may have been destroyed in the days since.

Mr Hague said tomorrow's UN inspection of the Damascus site, five days after the alleged attack, may find a "compromised" area.

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Syrian snipers shoot at convoy

The United Nations chemical weapons team in Damascus have been shot at by Syrian snipers, a UN spokesperson said. The experts have reportedly returned to their hotel after inspecting the site of an alleged 'gas attack'.