Lose them or terrorists could use them

By Debora MacKenzie THE 143 countries that have banned chemical weapons are meeting in The Hague this week amid a worsening financial crisis that threatens the future of the Chemical Weapons Convention. With a budget deficit of nearly 10 per cent looming this year, the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons has had to make deep cuts in the number of chemicals plants it inspects each year for clandestine weapons production. Some treaty states, including Russia and the US,
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