In recent weeks, relations between the United States and North Korea have sharply deteriorated, prompting panic as the world wonders if wildcard President Donald Trump is inclined to press the nuclear button. This is not the first time a conflict has flared between North Korea...
When people hear the words “chemical warfare” the first, and possibly sole thought, will be the threats to civilians from the use of chemical weapons – whether in war torn countries or from a terrorist attack.
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