A Syrian woman, holds a candle and placard during a vigil against the alleged chemical weapons attack on the suburbs of Damascus
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -- The U.N. says it's reached an agreement with the Syrian government to allow international experts to visit the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack on the outskirts of Damascus last week.
A Russian foreign ministry spokesman says all countries should wait for the results of the investigation and "avoid tragic mistakes" by rushing to a conclusion about the incident.
US considers Syrian options
Some members of Congress are urging swift military action against the Syrian regime if the use of chemical agents in an attack last week is confirmed.
Republican Sen. Bob Corker tells Fox News the U.S. should respond in a "surgical and proportional way."
Democratic Congressman Eliot Engel tells Fox the U.S. must respond "quickly," together with NATO allies, possibly using cruise missile strikes.