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The president [for / of] Syria, Bashar al-Assad, has said he will follow a plan to destroy his country's chemical weapons. He told reporters from Fox News that it might take one year to do [plan / this] . Mr Assad said: "I think it is a very [complicated / complication] operation technically, and it needs a lot of money. Some [estimated / estimates] say about $1 billion." He added: "It is very bad for the [environmental / environment] . If the American government is ready to pay this money and [make / take] the responsibility of bringing [toxic / toxicity] materials to the United States, why don’t they do it?" America wants Syria to [agreement / agree] to a United Nations resolution that includes American [military / militia] action if Syria does not keep its promise. However, Russia said [no / not] to this.

President Assad [extra / again] told the world that rebels carried [in / out] a chemical weapons attack in Damascus last month. America says it has information that shows Syria's army [used / using] the sarin gas, [not / now] the rebels. Mr Assad said America was [wronged / wrong] . Russia says there is not enough proof that Syria's army was [responsible / responsibility] . Russia's foreign minister said he has [evident / evidence] that showed the rebels were part of the sarin attack. Mr Assad [explained / explanation] how the rebels could have used the gas. He said: "Sarin gas is called kitchen gas. You know why? Because anybody can make sarin in his house. Any rebel can make sarin." He also said Syria was in "a new [kindly / kind] of war” because fighters from more than 80 countries had [joined / joint] the rebels.

 


 
 
 

 

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