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Multitopic supramolecular detection of chemical warfare agents by fluorescent sensors. From @ACS_Omega https://t.co/lS5i3JH3WW

#DoYouKnow: The CWC requires that destruction technologies for chemical weapons comply with national and international safety and emissions regulations. Destruction technologies cannot include open-pit burning, land burial, or dumping in any body of water https://t.co/ESXaWNVRGM

.@OPCW has released its 67th progress report on Syrian CW elimination.

Major development is renewed Syrian cooperation with the Declaration Assessment Team (DAT). DAT created in 2014 to help Syria finalize its declaration to OPCW and then...

Today is the International Day for the Foundation of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. Take a look behind the scenes when the @OPCW was awarded the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize.

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Sam Nunn on Richard Lugar: “Our nation has lost an extraordinary statesman who made the world a safer and better place. I have lost a wonderful friend and trusted partner. This generation and future generations can learn much from his example in the political world and in life.”

A Wisconsin mother of seven pleaded guilty Monday to trying to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of the Islamic State group. Authorities say Waheba Issa Dais distributed information online about how to make explosives and biological weapons.

Wisconsin woman pleads guilty to terrorism charges

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A Wisconsin mother of seven pleaded guilty Monday to trying to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of the Islamic State group by distr...

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@CBRNEsteve @JPZanders Yes, I agree. In fact, the release of nerve agents at Khamisiyah is the only really substantiated case of likely exposure to chemical warfare agents in the gulf war.

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