The problems posed by destruction of Syria's weapons
A plan has been hatched to destroy Syria's chemical weapons at sea using US Navy auxiliary vessel MV Cape Ray.
Industry sources told BBC Newsnight the plan will put a mobile destruction plant aboard that uses water to dilute the chemicals to safer levels.
Mark Urban, the programme's diplomatic and defence editor, explains the problems posed by the process to presenter Emily Maitlis.
29 Nov 2013
- From the section Middle East