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US mulls helping Libya destroy arms, Pentagon says

The Pentagon sent experts to study Libya’s chemical weapons and determined it would cost $100 million to destroy them, but the United States still must decide whether or how much to help, a senior Pentagon official said on Thursday. James Tegnelia, director of the Pentagon’s Defense Threat Reduction Agency, said a team from his agency assessed how to deal with the north African country’s “tens of tons of mustard gas” and supplies of “precursor chemicals” that could be used in making chemical weapons. Full Story

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