Now to Syria and to what could be a breakthrough tonight in the effort to dismantle their chemical weapons there is word from that team of weapons inspectors. That's so far Syria has kept its promise... See More
Now to Syria and to what could be a breakthrough tonight in the effort to dismantle their chemical weapons there is word from that team of weapons inspectors. That's so far Syria has kept its promise the plants where there was chemical weapons were made now destroyed. World news was there -- that team began their high stakes mission just three weeks ago and tonight a new milestone. ABC's outsmart -- in the region again tonight announce how significant is this. The bottom line David is this is a very good sign Syria has now destroyed all of its declared equipment -- it used to produce those deadly chemical weapons. -- he even beat the deadline by a day. But we have to remember that chemical weapons are just a small part of this war they shows no sign of letting up. We've spent a lot of time on both sides of this brutal fight and he's as committed as ever defeating the other. The next day to watch closely is November 15. By -- serious plan to destroy its stockpile more than 1000. Tons of the most toxic chemicals on earth. Must be approved by inspectors. In the world will be watching closely. David Alex thank you.
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