U.N. chemical experts on way to Europe via Beirut


The U.N. chemical experts are on their way to Rafik Hariri International Airport and will be leaving Beirut without making any statement, MTV reported on Friday.

On the last expected day of chemical weapons inspections, three U.N. vehicles headed out for more on-site visits, following an early morning delay.

The U.N. has said the inspectors will wrap up their investigation Friday and leave Syria for the Hague, Netherlands, on Saturday. Some of the experts will travel to laboratories in Europe to deliver the material they’ve collected this week during trips to the Damascus suburbs purportedly hit by toxic gas.