Latest Chemical weapon proliferation Stories
By Anonymous The Republic of Guinea-Bissau joined the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) on May 20, making it the 184th stateparty to ratify the agreement. Currently, only 11 states are outside the CWC. The Bahamas, the Dominican Republic, Israel, and Myanmar have signed but not ratified.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Experts from China and Japan, at odds over disputes springing from Japan's wartime occupation, have ended a six-day excavation of decades-old chemical weapons left behind by retreating Japanese forces, state media said on Tuesday.
By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon sent experts to study Libya's chemical weapons and determined it would cost $100 million to destroy them, but the United States still must decide whether or how much to help, a senior Pentagon official said on Thursday.
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