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Chemical weapons literature Seized from arrested Abus

Philippine Police investigating suspected Abu Sayyaf extremists who were allegedly planning a bombing campaign found literature dealing with chemical weapons in their possession, a top intelligence official said. Philippine National Security Advisor Norberto Gonzales played down the likelihood that the suspects had acquired the ability to use chemical weapons when they were arrested in March. Among the items captured from the six suspects in March were “readings on biological and chemical warfare,” Gonzales told Agence France-Presse. He said the documents seized were more of the “anarchist handbook” type readily available from certain publishers, rather than confidential military documents. Full Story

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