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The U.N.'s chief chemical weapons inspector has turned in his team's report on last month's alleged poison gas attack in Syria.
The team's mandate was to determine whether poison gas was used.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will brief a closed session of the Security Council on Monday morning and the General Assembly later in the day.
The inspection team led by Swedish expert Ake Sellstrom was mandated to report on whether chemical weapons were used in the Aug. 21 attack in the Damascus suburbs and, if so, which chemical agents were used - not on who was responsible.
The secretary-general said Friday that he believes there will be "an overwhelming report" that chemical weapons were used in the attack.