CBS News came out with a headline reading: "Russia accused of blocking access to alleged chemical attack site" while the Sun wrote that "US accuses Russian Federation of tampering with Syrian poison gas site and [of] blocking inspectors" altogether.
Meanwhile, the French Foreign Ministry, in a statement, accused the Syrian government and Russian Federation of deliberately barring the OPCW from entering Douma in the past few days so that the evidence of the suspected gas attack disappeared without a trace.
The OPCW is investigating reports that government forces gassed sites in Douma on April 7, when the town was still held by rebels and home to tens of thousands of people - residents and others who were displaced by fighting elsewhere.
They arrived in Damascus on Saturday.
Any vote at the end of Monday's Commons debate on the issue will be largely symbolic, merely to acknowledge that Parliament has had its say rather than give MPs the chance to formally approve or reject the air strikes themselves.
The Associated Press, during a government-organized visit Monday to Douma, spoke to survivors and witnesses who described being hit by gas.
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British prime minister Theresa May told restive lawmakers on Monday that military airstrikes on Syria were right both legally and morally, and she accused Syria and its ally Russian Federation of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack.
He said the joint action of the US, Britain and France was aimed at placing a prohibitive cost on the use of chemical weapons and degrading Assad's ability to use them.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova dismissed allegations that Russia was trying to hamper the OPCW inspectors, saying Moscow strongly supports their mission to Douma.
US ambassador Kenneth Ward said on Tuesday that he and USA allies believe that, in the 11 days since the attack, Russian forces have had plenty of time to tamper with the site. A Pentagon spokeswoman said there was no US military activity in the area. Israel did not confirm or deny it. She stressed that it is Russian Federation and Syria that bear the responsibility for the security of the OPCW experts. Several said a odd smell started spreading and people screamed, "It's chlorine!"
Global investigators on Tuesday, April 17, were awaiting the green light from a United Nations security team to begin work in a Syrian town hit by an alleged chemical attack, after delays and warnings by Western powers that crucial evidence had likely been removed.
At least 40 people are believed to have been killed in the attack. A unusual smell lingered, nine days after the attack. They found themselves turned away by Russian troops.