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These peroxyanions ensure that chemical weapons, like nerve gas, will break down completely.
In June 1994, he released sarin nerve gas in Matsumoto, leaving seven people dead and many others injured.
Wiltshire Constabulary lawyer Simon McKay drew a comparison between the experimental exposure of volunteer servicemen to the nerve gas sarin and the use of crash-test dummies in collision labs.
inspectors had found that one of those bunkers and a nearby open pit contained Iraqi rockets marked to indicate a nerve gas called sarin.
In March last year, 12 people were killed and over 5,000 injured in a terrorist nerve gas attack on Tokyo's subway system.
has also conducted nuclear rocket tests and stored nuclear waste, H-bombs and nerve gas.
Coli, Giardia, and Cryptosporidium, as well as other agents like VX nerve gas, Soman, the blister agent Lewisite, and the biological agents causing Anthrax, Plague, and Smallpox.
June 27, 1994 -- AUM members release sarin nerve gas in a residential district in Matsumoto, Nagano Prefecture, killing seven people and seriously injuring four others.
Former cult leader Shoko Asahara was convicted and sentenced to death today for masterminding the 1995 nerve gas attack on the Tokyo underground transport network and a string of other crimes that killed 27 people.
It has 1,698 tonnes of Tabun nerve gas, 4,032 tonnes of VX nerve gas, 7,464 tonnes of Sarin nerve gas and 15,637 tonnes of mustard gas.
14 Kyodo Judges inspected a facility Monday once owned by AUM Shinrikyo that the cult allegedly used to produce and attempted to mass-produce sarin nerve gas, the substance used in the 1995 poison gas attack on the Tokyo subway system.