Japan must face its wartime atrocities and apologize for what it has done,'' said Wu Kun, 79, a survivor of germ warfare
from Henan Province in central China, who now lives in Hong Kong.
hoaxers continued to plague Britain yesterday.
Al-Najjar claimed that bin Laden was quite open in his operations, attempting to buy germ warfare
agents including anthrax, e-coli and salmonella.
But army experts who tested the sample said the anthrax used could be treated with antibiotics, unlike drug-resistant strains developed for germ warfare
They fear Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein could unleash devastating germ warfare
on the West to get revenge for the Gulf War.
Left to his own advice, Bryant would have been out there on the Forum floor Friday night, practicing germ warfare
against SuperSonics guard Gary Payton.
tests have been secretly carried out on British people, it was revealed last night.
Cheltenham racecourse managing director Edward Gillespie said yesterday: "With the perceived threat from germ warfare
we have been told by the emergency services that some new equipment will available.
A lawyer and a representative of a group of Chinese plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the Japanese government over germ warfare
conducted during World War II expressed hope Thursday for Tokyo to admit to the facts of the warfare and apologize before the ruling is rendered next Tuesday.
With germ warfare
panic sweeping the world, we would be foolish if we were not on the alert.
The resultant media coverage was entirely predictable, followed by a run on gasmasks that would almost certainly prove entirely useless should germ warfare
ever hit these shores.
The organisation called on governments to speed up their preparations for possible germ warfare
attacks in the wake of the terror attacks on the US.