Global chemical weapons agency reviewing possibility of gas attack in Syria's Aleppo
The global chemical weapons agency will investigate an alleged gas attack in Syria's Aleppo that reportedly wounded 100 people on Saturday, a source said on Monday.
The agency will first consider whether the allegations are credible, weigh security issues and then deploy a fact-finding team to the site if possible, a source said.
A health official in Aleppo said victims suffered breathing difficulties, eye inflammation and other symptoms suggesting the use of chlorine gas.
(With inputs from agencies.)