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Members of a multiagency law-enforcement task force sent into Rajneeshpuram after Rajneesh’s press conference found evidence of an extensive wiretapping operation and an apparent biological warfare laboratory.
There is a killer bug buzzing around Australia which scientists are breeding as a biological warfare agent.
Oleg, an idealist, committed treason in season four to protect the world from biological warfare.
At this point, that might be the only way to protect the world from extinction-level biological warfare.
The third target was the Barzah Research Center, a military facility located near Damascus that conducted research, development, production and testing of chemical and biological warfare technology.
The research center was used for development, production and testing of chemical and biological warfare technology, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Joseph Dunford said at a news conference Friday.
Syrians said the rain of 105 missiles had caused no deaths or toxic chemical clouds, and hit only a handful of military facilities that the Trump administration said were used to research, produce or stockpile chemical and biological warfare agents.
In the case of pandemics or biological warfare, there will probably be a surge in demand for important goods and a simultaneous disruption of production and delivery.
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BIOLOGICAL WARFARE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of biological warfare for English Language Learners
: the use of harmful living things (such as germs that cause disease) as weapons in a war
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