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In its previous iterations, various parts of the site have been used as a Ford, a Rite Aid distribution center, a missile assembly plant and a munitions dump.
The coalition did not immediately respond to a request from The Associated Press as to what munitions are being used.
Russia’s Defense Ministry said the toxic agents were released when a Syrian airstrike hit a rebel chemical weapons arsenal and munitions factory.
At Gulaschprogrammiernacht (Goulash Programming Night), a recent event at a former munitions factory in the southwestern city of Karlsruhe, about 800 participants ate industrial amounts of the stew, both meat and vegan.
Russia's Defense Ministry said the toxic agents were released when a Syrian airstrike hit a rebel chemical weapons arsenal and munitions factory.
The precision munitions are part of Trump’s proposed $110 billion arms package to Riyadh, which the administration said would create U.S. jobs while also improving a key ally’s military capability.
If #TheResistance is supposed to be the second coming of the French Revolutions, the munitions inside the Bastille are still locked up and in the king’s possession this evening.
The Obama administration occasionally criticized Saudi actions in Yemen, but Trump has stayed silent and resumed sales of U.S. munitions to Riyadh that had been blocked by Obama.
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Origin and Etymology of munition
Middle French, from Latin munition-, munitio, from munire to fortify, from moenia walls; akin to Latin murus wall and perhaps to Sanskrit minoti he builds, fastens
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