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Weapons plan hit by Syria fighting


The head of the UN mission overseeing Syria's chemical arms' destruction said she had been unable to use a road along which munitions must be hauled to a port for shipping abroad. Fighting is a hurdle to implementing an agreement between the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and Damascus to remove the deadliest chemicals to be destroyed on a US ship, said Sigrid Kaag.

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