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SYRIA-CRISIS/CHEMICALWEAPONS
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April 10, 2014
A U.S. marine officer walks past the Field Deployable Hidrolysis System (FDHS) of the U.S. MV Cape Ray...
Rota, Spain
U.S. marine officer walks past Field Deployable Hidrolysis System of U.S. MV Cape Ray ship docked at...
A U.S. marine officer walks past the Field Deployable Hidrolysis System (FDHS) of the U.S. MV Cape Ray ship docked at the naval airbase in Rota, near Cadiz, southern Spain April 10, 2014. Former container vessel Cape Ray, docked in southern Spain, has been fitted out with at least $10 million of gear to let it take on about 560 metric tonnes of Syria's most dangerous chemical agents and sail them out to sea, said officials. Experts on board a cargo ship transformed into a multi-million dollar chemical weapons destroyer said on Thursday they were ready to start working on Syria's stock of toxic arms in the middle of the Mediterranean as early as May. Now they just have to hope the weather holds and Damascus delivers on time. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN - Tags: MILITARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT MARITIME)
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