Despite being fired upon, United Nations Investigators are moving forward to inspect the site of an alleged chemical weapons attack on the outskirts of Damascus last week. A U.N. Spokesman says the Syrian Government has "Affirmed that it is providing the necessary cooperation," and that a team of U.N. experts are in the process of conduction on-site fact-finding activities" Monday. Syrian State Television says the two sides worked to finalize the date and time. Anti-Government activist and the International Aid group doctors without borders say more than 300 people were killed in the Alleged Toxic Gas Attack in the Eastern Suburbs of the Syrian Capital. A Senior Obama Administration official says there is "Very Little Doubt" that a chemical weapon was used by Syria against civilians, and the President is considering how to respond.