Health & Environmental

Syria chemical weapons data received by OPCW

“The international chemical weapons watchdog says it has received ‘the expected’ account by Syria of its chemical arms programme. The announcement by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) comes before a deadline set for Damascus as part of a Russia-US deal. Syria is believed to have about 1,000 tonnes of chemical toxins.”

Source: BBC News – Syria chemical weapons data received by OPCW

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