KYIV, Ukraine — The besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol has delivered more horrors after six weeks of heavy-handedness by Russian troops, with the mayor saying more than 10,000 civilians died in the strategic southern port, their corpses “carpeting in the streets”. As Russia bombs the northeastern city of Kharkiv andRead More →

Russian-Israeli Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was reportedly (via daily star) poisoned by a WWI chemical warfare agent or a low dose of Novichok. Abramovich, who actively advocates peace between Russia and Ukraine, was reportedly poisoned during a meeting in Kyiv in early March. The billionaire was temporarily blinded, suffered severeRead More →

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Photo: Reuters “> Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Photo: Reuters Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday there was a “real” threat that Moscow would use chemical weapons in Ukraine, accusing Russia of having previously used phosphorus bombs against civilians in the country. “The threat of Russia’sRead More →

(NewsNation) – Top NATO leaders say any Russian chemical attack on Ukraine would change the tide of the war, but they don’t say whether NATO would take military action. NATO allies are concerned about Russian rhetoric and fear that Moscow wants to create a pretext to use chemical weapons inRead More →

👋 здраво!* Welcome to Tuesday, where Biden warns against the use of chemical weapons in Ukraine, Putin’s critic Navalny is found guilty of fraud, and there are no signs of survivors in the Boeing 737 crash in China. Meanwhile, Niccolò Zancan reports for the Italian daily La Stampa of theRead More →

(NewsNation) — Last week, President Joe Biden’s administration publicly warned that Russia could use chemical or biological weapons in Ukraine amid growing concern among officials that President Vladimir Putin is seeking to step up his war efforts. The warning came after Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova claimed, without evidence,Read More →

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This position is also available in: עברית (Hebrew) The ability to recover assets after a chemical agent attack and quickly resume normal operations is a military priority. An innovative coating that can temporarily protect tactical military equipment from chemical warfare agents (CWAs) is under development. The US Defense Threat ReductionRead More →

New footage shows a Russian brigade of ‘peacekeepers’ in a drill operating in ground ‘contaminated with chemical warfare agents’ amid fears of an invasion in Ukraine Video loading Video unavailable The video will start automatically soon8to cancel play now Russia. Military forces have chemical warfare training exercise Russian forces trainRead More →

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Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Tuesday that US private military contractors present in the Donetsk region in eastern Ukraine were preparing a “provocation using unknown chemical components”. the state CASS The news agency quoting Shoigu reportedly told a Defense Ministry meeting in Moscow that more than 120 contractorsRead More →

South Korea has developed its first local technology for early detection of chemical weapons attacks over long distances, the national arms development agency said on Wednesday. The Defense Development Agency said it has independently secured a “hyperspectral imaging remote chemical agent detection system,” which provides early warnings by monitoring andRead More →