Unidentified children from Douma, Syria, attend a news conference in the Hague, Netherlands, April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
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Chemical inspectors complete Douma mission: OPCWChemical weapons experts have completed their mission to the Syrian town of Douma to probe last month's alleged chemical attack, but the analysis of samples may still take weeks, the global watchdog said Friday.The fact-finding mission gained access to Douma on April 21 .Rebels and civilians will be granted safe passage to the rebel-held town of Jarablus, in Aleppo province, and to the neighboring province of Idlib, which largely escapes government control, according to state news agency SANA.It was the second day of transfers for the towns.Around 1,650 people, including rebels and civilians, were bused out Thursday and reached northern Syria the following morning, according to the observatory.
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