Iraq admits growing deadly biological arsenal

Charles, Dan
August 1991
New Scientist;8/24/91, Vol. 131 Issue 1783, p12
Reports on microbiologists in Baghdad, Iraq's admission of growing cultures of some of the most deadly organisms on Earth for military purposes. Several organisms in the stocks of biological warfare agents; Failure of investigators from the United Nations to discover any biological warfare agent when they visited Iraq; Head of microbiology at the Chemical and Biological defense Establishment at Porton Down in Wiltshire, David Kelly's observations during an inspections at Salman Pak plant.


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