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America could liberate Iraq without civilian casualties

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell has clearly revealed Iraq's continuing efforts to hide its program to develop bio-chemical weapons of mass destruction while pretending to cooperate with the UN weapons inspectors. Most experts think that it takes a small amount of laboratory space to develop these bio-chemical weapons of mass destruction. A modern lab concealed in a nondescript house in any of the populated areas of Iraq would be enough to do the job. The only way to find them would be to search as many Iraqi towns as possible -- clearly beyond the capability of the weapons inspectors. The task is even more difficult with Iraqis using mobile bio-chemical labs.

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America could liberate Iraq without civilian casualties

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell has clearly revealed Iraq's continuing efforts to hide its program to develop bio-chemical weapons of mass destruction while pretending to cooperate with the UN weapons inspectors. Most experts think that it takes a small amount of laboratory space to develop these bio-chemical weapons of mass destruction. A modern lab concealed in a nondescript house in any of the populated areas of Iraq would be enough to do the job. The only way to find them would be to search as many Iraqi towns as possible -- clearly beyond the capability of the weapons inspectors. The task is even more difficult with Iraqis using mobile bio-chemical labs.

  

Parliamentary Calendar
Friday, October 24, 2014
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Lockdown on the Hill, Oct. 22 Oct. 22, 2014

Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MPs on Wednesday morning at the corner of Metcalfe and Wellington streets outside the Langevin Block, where the prime minister has an office, across the street from Parliament Hill. They include Rosane Doré Lefebvre, far left, Hélène Laverdière, second from right, and Charlie Angus, far right. 

Anne Marie Creskey

NDP MP Charlie Angus and other MPs wait in front of the prime minister's office at Langevin Block, after leaving the Hill on Wednesday morning. 

Anne Marie Creskey

Ottawa Police Service officers on Parliament Hill at around 10:45 a.m.

Anne Marie Creskey

Ottawa Police cars on Wellington Street in front of the Hill on the morning of the attack.

Anne Marie Creskey

An armoured police vehicle on Metcalfe Street headed toward the Hill.

Anne Marie Creskey

More police arrive on Wellington Street.

Anne Marie Creskey

RCMP officers on Sparks Street between Elgin and Metcalfe streets on Wednesday morning. Surroundings buildings were locked down and later evacuated. 

Anne Marie Creskey

Reporters and camera crews are pushed back to the corner of Sparks and Metcalfe streets.

Anne Marie Creskey

The prime minister's office in the Langevin Block is evacuated.

Anne Marie Creskey

Police with a stretcher on Sparks Street.

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