(FILES) — A file photo taken on October 30, 2013 shows employees in protective gear preparing to dismantle a dummy grenade during a demonstration in the chemical weapons disposal facility at GEKA (Gesellschaft zur Entsorgung von chemischen Kampfstoffen und Ruestungsaltlasten) in Munster, northern Germany. The state-owned GEKA is a reference laboratory for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). The world’s chemical watchdog was meeting on December 17, 2013 to agree exactly how Syria’s arsenal will be destroyed outside the country, with the plan facing potential delays. The hectic pace of the UN-backed plan to rid Syria of its entire chemical weapons stockpile by mid-2014 has slowed recently amid security problems in the war-ravaged country. AFP PHOTO / PHILIPP GUELLAND

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