A marine officer of the Cape Ray, a ship equipped to neutralize Syrian chemicals, shows reporters around the ship docked at the naval base of Rota used by the U.S, in Spain’s southwestern coast on ... more 
A marine officer of the Cape Ray, a ship equipped to neutralize Syrian chemicals, shows reporters around the ship docked at the naval base of Rota used by the U.S, in Spain’s southwestern coast on Thursday, April 10, 2014. The American ship MV Cape Ray will collect and destroy mustard gas, raw materials for sarin nerve gas and tons of other highly toxic chemicals that form part of Syria’s chemical weapons program. If Syria can remove all its ingredients for making poison gas and nerve agent from the country by the end of the month, an ambitious June 30 deadline for destroying the chemicals should be met, a spokesman for the world's chemical weapons watchdog said Thursday. (AP Photo/Alfonso Perez) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Alfonso Perez
Thu, Apr 10, 2014 12:30 PM EDT