By Tom Watkins and Ben Brumfield, CNN
U.S. President Barack Obama will update Americans Saturday on his thoughts about how to proceed on the question of Syria, as U.N. inspectors return from Syria carrying evidence about whether an attack last week in a Damascus suburb included the use of chemical weapons.
“The aim of the game here, the mandate, is very clear — and that is to ascertain whether chemical weapons were used and not by whom,” U.N. spokesman Martin Nesirky told reporters Saturday.
The team arrived in the Netherlands earlier in the day with information about the August 21 attack, which British and U.S. intelligence reports say included chemical weapons.
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