chemical bomb

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a bomb laden with chemical agents that are released when the bomb explodes


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The children were all asleep in bed and I was just going off to sleep when I heard people outside saying chemical bombs were being dropped around us.
Both are common ingredients listed on the Internet for making chemical bombs, causing a bottle to expand and explode.
The 100-pound M47 was the standard, aerial-delivered, chemical bomb in 1940, but it was improved throughout the war.
During the raid on June 2, several hundred armed police officers descended on the suburb of Forest Gate following a tip about two Bangladeshi brothers accused of manufacturing a chemical bomb.
You receive information that a chemical bomb exists in a house in the east end of London.
The brothers had been held under the Terrorism Act 2000, but were released without charge after police failed to find any trace of a suspected chemical bomb.
Police had been hunting for a suspected chemical bomb, but officers found nothing at the property and the two brothers were released without charge.
Police insist they had intelligence that a chemical bomb was in the house.
His words came after he apologised directly for the "disruption and inconvenience" when a house was raided in the hunt for a suspected chemical bomb last Friday.
This was part of Operation Red Dragon, a joint civilian-military exercise to test coordinated responses to a simulated nuclear and chemical bomb attack.
THE TRIAL OF NINE ALLEGED followers of Abu Mussab Al Zarqawi, the Jordanian Palestinian who has become the bete noire of US-led forces in Iraq, on charges of plotting chemical bomb attacks against Jordan in April 2004, is underway in Amman.
The man realises that this was the truth and decided to get the attention he required by holding a aiege at a primary school for six hours, shooting nine people and, as his grand finale blowing, it up with a homemade chemical bomb.
The team from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), based in The Hague, started a five-day inspection to examine 26 chemical bomb shells retrieved in October 1996 from the lake in the town of Teshikaga, eastern Hokkaido.
In a six-day examination beginning next Thursday, the three-member team from The Hague-based Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) will check 26 chemical bomb shells retrieved in October 1996 from the lake in the town of Teshikaga.
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