Jeremy Bowen
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Syria crisis: Damascus 'worried' about possible strikes

UN weapons inspectors have left Syria after four days of inspections, including investigations of chemical weapons attacks in the Damascus suburbs on 21 August.

Hundreds of people including children were killed in the suspected attacks, which the US says was carried out by the Syrian government.

US President Barack Obama has said he is considering military action against Syria based on intelligence reports.

The BBC's Jeremy Bowen, one of the few international journalists in Damascus, said people are worried and are making preparations.

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