United Nations weapons inspectors departed Syria on Saturday carrying precious cargo — evidence and witness accounts collected from the sites of chemical weapons attacks.
With President Barack Obama considering a limited strike on Syrian military installations, many of his allies and critics at home and abroad are beseeching him to wait for the U.N. to unpack the findings before making any decisions.
The inspectors are expected to brief Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Ban has said he will present the material to the U.N. Security Council, but he wants to wait until a final report is completed.
It could take as much as a week.
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