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November 15, 2013 4:54 PM

With 60 percent of Syria’s chemical warheads destroyed, next stage of disarmament is set

Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal will be emptied of most “critical chemicals” by the new year, and inspection teams already have overseen the destruction of 60 percent of the country’s unfilled warheads, according to the latest report from the international body responsible for dealing with the task.

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