Rebel fighters pose for a photograph with their weapons at a beach in Latakia province near the town of Kasab April 5, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer
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Syria has surrendered almost two-thirds of its chemical weapons with the resumption of transfers from the war-torn country, the global chemical watchdog said Monday, although it again pressed Damascus to step up efforts.Damascus had temporarily halted the transfer of its chemical stockpile, citing security reasons, but resumed the operations earlier this month.The deal was reached after deadly chemical attacks outside Damascus last August that the West blamed on President Bashar Assad's regime.
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