Lethal nerve agents have been used in terrorism attacks, such as 1995's Tokyo subway sarin attack, and in wars such as the Ghouta chemical attack in Syria in 2003. Even a tiny bit inhaled on or skin is enough to kill a person. Junko Kimura / ... Cosmos Magazine, 1 month ago
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It's the worst of worst-case scenarios: terrorists develop the capacity to unleash a chemical, biological, nuclear or radiological attack on a Western city, killing hundreds of thousands and causing unprecedented destruction…
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