biological weapon

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One such document was done in 19 pages in Arabic language where the topic was how to develop biological weapons and how to use as a weapon the bubonic plague from infected animals.
The result of this melange is a strong need for an interdisciplinary team of experts, as reflected in the staff of the Office of Biological Weapons Affairs.
By engaging these parties in relevant discussion, the risks and possible damage of a biological weapon attack can be reduced in the future.
A handbook issued in 2001 by the Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases reports that biological weapons were used as early as the sixth century B.
It does so against the backdrop of the Fifth Review Conference for the Biological Weapons Convention, (5) which has accelerated a global debate over the efficacy of various tactics to cope with biological weapons.
This level of noncompliance suggests that the legal restraints enshrined in the treaty are not strong enough to prevent some governments from acquiring and stockpiling biological weapons.
Corruption that could lead to the international proliferation of biological weapons is of global concern" (p.
Bahrain assented to the Biological Weapons Conventions in 1988, as well as the binding UN Security Council Resolution 1540, issued in 2004, concerning the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Biological weapons experts from a number of UN Member States and organizations gather today in Copenhagen for a two-day international tabletop exercise hosted by Denmark.
That is not the case with the arguably more dangerous biological weapons being developed by the nexus of Iran, Syria and North Korea.
Geneva, Muharram 26, 1434, Dec 10, 2012, SPA -- States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons and on Their Destruction, which usually referred to as Biological Weapons Convention (BWC), held a meeting here today.
He made the comment in response to reports that western countries will prepare a tough response if the Syrian government deploys chemical or biological weapons.
Biological Weapons Convention will meet in Geneva from December 5-22 for the
The visit comes to participate in the 2010 Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) Meeting of Experts that will be held at the United Nations Office at Geneva from 23 to 27 August.
Baba Ahmadi expressed the hope that the international community would take effective and serious measures to annihilate all chemical and biological weapons across the world.
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