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In US arsenal, lessons for Syria chemical weapons

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WASHINGTON (AP) — It's not easy or quick to get rid of a nation's chemical weapons. Just ask the United States. Three decades after the U.S. started destroying its own chemical weapons, the nation's stockpile stands at more than 3,000 tons — about three times what the U.S. now says Syrian President Bashar Assad controls. While the U.S. has made significant progress eradicating 90 percent of the...

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