UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has said that the UN will "register a strong complaint" after members of a weapons inspection team came under sniper fire in the Syrian capital Damascus. A statement said:
I have instructed [Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament] Angela Kane to register a strong complaint to the Syrian Government and authorities of opposition forces so that this will never happen and the safety and security of the investigation teams will be secured from tomorrow.
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