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As Western powers review Russia's Syria plan, rebel leaders reject proposal

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Geneva to hear Russia's plan to eliminate Syria's chemical weapons. The plan would avert a proposed U.S. strike on Syria but Western powers remain skeptical. British Foreign Secretary William Hague: SOUNDBITE: BRITISH FOREIGN SECRETARY WILLIAM HAGUE SAYING: "Given their track record any commitment made by the Syrian regime must be treated with great caution….The House should be in no doubt of the scale of the challenge and immense practical difficulties that would need to be overcome." In Turkey, where warplanes are on alert against possible threats from neighboring Syria, the language is less subtle. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan says Assad is only buying time. SOUNDBITE: TURKISH PRIME MINISTER TAYYIP ERDOGAN SAYING: "We don't believe, we don't trust him with the chemical weapons. Seven millions of people are displaced now and the Syrian regime will continue its massacres." And as another Ru

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