Saturday October 10, 2015
Israel Hayom
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Securing Syria chemical arms may take tens of thousands of troops

United States and its allies are concerned about a worst-case scenario in which chemical and biological weapons fall into the hands of al-Qaida style Sunni jihadi insurgents or pro-Iranian Shiite Lebanese fighters from Hezbollah after the Assad regime topples.


A Syrian army soldier joins the rebels at Khaldiyeh neighborhood in Homs province.
Photo credit: AP
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