Free Syrian Army fighters react to the camera as they ride in a vehicle mounted with a weapon in the Hama countryside May 22, 2014. REUTERS/Nour Fourat (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
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The world's chemical watchdog Tuesday denied a report by the Syrian government that investigators and their drivers on a fact-finding mission had been kidnapped, saying the group was "safe" and returning to base after an attack.The Syrian Foreign Ministry said Tuesday that six international chemical weapons watchdog investigators had been kidnapped with their Syrian drivers on a fact-finding mission in the central province of Hama.The team have been investigating allegations that Syrian government forces unleashed the industrial chemical on a rebel-held village in Hama province last month.
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