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chemical weapons


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  • n. Plural form of chemical weapon.


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  • It has also revealed substantial chemical weapons activities, including significantquantities of chemical agent and agent-ready bombs.

    The Threat of Proliferation: Global Resolve and Australian Action

  • On one March day in 1988, chemical weapons killed an estimated 4,000 people in the Kurdish town of Halabja.11

    The J Curve

  • Abu Walid al-Masri, the Egyptian editor of the Arabic-language magazine of the Taliban, recalled that al-Qaeda hard-liners, like the military commander Mohammed Atef, pushed for acquiring nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons capabilities.

    The Longest War

  • The Islamic Republic recommenced its atomic program, originally begun by the last shah, after suffering Saddam Hussein's chemical weapons attacks during the 1980s.

    Iran Postulates First Nuclear Test

  • Faddis discovered that at their poison factory the Ansar militants were ordering large quantities of cyanide and experimenting with chemical weapons on donkeys.

    The Longest War

  • Charen, Mona, on our luck with Bush chemical weapons

    Mission Accomplished! Or How We Won the War in Iraq


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