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A convoy of United Nations (UN) vehicles leave a hotel in Damascus on August 26, 2013 carrying UN inspectors travelling to the site of a suspected deadly chemical weapon attack the previous week in Ghouta, east of the capital. The Syrian authorities approved the UN inspection of the site, but US officials said it was too little, too late, arguing that persistent shelling there in recent days had 'corrupted' the site.
A convoy of United Nations (UN) vehicles leave a hotel in Damascus on August 26, 2013 carrying UN inspectors travelling to the site of a suspected deadly chemical weapon attack the previous week in Ghouta, east of the capital. The Syrian authorities approved the UN inspection of the site, but US officials said it was too little, too late, arguing that persistent shelling there in recent days had 'corrupted' the site.

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Nick Paton Walsh reports on the U.N. Security Council's apparent inability to decide on a response the Syrian crisis.