(CNN) -- U.N. inspectors on Wednesday surveyed areas on the outskirts of Damascus believed to be affected by a chemical attack last week, two activists told CNN. One of the areas is Zamalka, believed to be one of the areas that suffered the highest casualties following the August 21 incident.
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