Middle East

Syria chemical arms removal back on track: task force

A marine officer of the Cape Ray, a ship equipped to neutralize Syrian chemicals, shows a chemical protection suits to reporters, during a tour around the ship docked at the naval base of Rota used by the U.S, in Spain’s southwestern coast on Thursday, April 10, 2014. (AP Photo/Alfonso Perez)





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