A United Nations (UN) arms expert collects samples as they inspect the site where rockets had fallen in Damascus' eastern Ghouta suburb during an investigation into a suspected chemical weapons strike near the capital. (AFP PHOTO /AMMAR AL-ARBINI)
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If Syria can remove all its ingredients for making poison gas and nerve agent from the country by the end of the month, an ambitious June 30 deadline for destroying the chemicals should be met, a spokesman for the world's chemical weapons watchdog said Thursday.Luhan was speaking in the Spanish port of Rota, where U.S. authorities showed reporters around a ship, the Cape Ray, equipped to neutralize Syrian chemicals.A senior American officer stressed that the Cape Ray will not release any chemical waste into the Mediterranean.
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