Syria dismisses report of chemical-weapons use

The report couldn't confirm which side allegedly used the weapon: Bashar Assad's regime or the rebels. 

It comes as a team of UN chemical-weapons inspectors remains on stand-by in Cyprus amid disagreements with Bashar Assad's regime about which sites they should have access to. Assad requested the probe last month after the government and the U.S.-backed rebellion traded accusations of chemical weapons use in the village of Khan al-Asal near Aleppo; France and Britain have pressed the inspectors to visit more sites of alleged chemical weapons use, in the village of Ataybah near Damascus on March 19 and in Homs last December.