The U.N. came to a rare consensus last month when it agreed to eliminate Syrian President Bashar Assad’s chemical weapons program within nine months under a Security Council resolution.
A deadly Aug. 21 chemical weapons attack in the suburbs of Damascus, which killed hundreds of civilians, was the impetus for the U.N. agreement, averting for the moment possible American military intervention.
The U.N. could not confirm to the Associated Press what specifically was destroyed or where the destruction took place.
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