NEW YORK (WKOW) -- The world is expected to get a look at what UN Weapons inspectors found in Syria on Monday.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon received the inspectors' report on the August poison gas attack on Sunday, according to the United Nations.
Ban is to present the report to the UN Security Council at 10:15 a.m. CST. He has already revealed that he expects the report to give "overwhelming" confirmation that chemical weapons were used to kill hundreds of people, including children, near Damascus on August 21.
The UN team, however, is not allowed to say who carried out the attack.
GENEVA (WKOW) -- Secretary of State John Kerry landed in Geneva Thursday morning to enforce a Russian proposal to secure Syria's chemical weapons.
Kerry will meet with Russia's Foreign Minister and prompt Moscow to put forward a credible and verifiable plan to inventory, quarantine and destroy Syria's chemical stocks.
Meanwhile, weapons funded and organized by the CIA are on their way to Syrian rebels.
Opposition groups say they haven't gotten the weapons yet, but they're described as light weapons, some anti-tank weapons and ammunition.
This supply would be in addition to the non-lethal aid the U.S. has been providing rebels since April; things like body armor, night vision goggles and other equipment.
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