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Eighteen years ago, the US invaded Iraq under the false pretense that Saddam Ḥussein possessed nuclear weapons.
The settlement was announced as Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the FBI continue criminal investigations of the three officers who fired their weapons into Taylor’s apartment.
Now, more evidence suggests that steroids are an effective weapon against the coronavirus.
The Celtics have myriad weapons at their disposal, even with Hayward out for the next few weeks.
Musk has previously said the technology could be more dangerous than nuclear weapons, and warned that AI could become too powerful, too quickly, preventing humans from keeping it in check.
I’ve never been present for these violations, so I’ve never had to make the almost surely bad choice to try to defend my bike from someone who could be carrying a weapon.
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When India developed nuclear weapons in the 1970s, Pakistan felt compelled to do so.
Anyhow, beyond their shape and thickness, the pilum was engineered as a potent javelin-like throwing weapon that would mostly only favor the Romans.
At the same time, as we chose not to do that, there were concerns about providing weapons to the opposition and having them fall into the hands of Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups.
Apart from Saddam Hussein at Halabja, chemical weapons hadn’t been sort of used on the battlefield for decades.

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