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  • Iraq had earlier stated that its biological program was limited to defensive research.
  • Iraq earlier had stated that its biological program was limited to defensive research.
  • Until recently, Iraq claimed its biological program was limited to defensive research.
  • A Russian defector said Wednesday that Russia is continuing to develop biological weapons under the guise of defensive research.
  • According to Israeli officials, the substance was only for defensive research purposes, to test filters for gas masks.
  • President Richard Nixon dismantled the large U . S . biological weapons program in 1969, leaving only defensive research permitted under the treaty.
  • France's samples are believed to be for defensive research programs aimed at limiting casualties from a smallpox outbreak, the official said.
  • He said a vestige of that biological-warfare program is continuing under the guise of defensive research in Russia, a charge Moscow denies.
  • He said he believes a vestige of Moscow's cold war biological-weapons program is continuing under the guise of defensive research in Russia.
  • The draft would require those countries to disclose where they are conducting defensive research involving gene-splicing or germs likely to be used in weapons.
  • Russian Foreign Ministry on Thursday angrily denied a defector's allegation that Moscow has continued to develop biological weapons under the cover of defensive research.
  • U . S . intelligence agencies believe any French quantities are for defensive research programs aimed at limiting casualties from a smallpox outbreak, U . S . officials said.
  • "The ability to maintain defensive research requires a very sophisticated infrastructure, " said William Martel, a professor of national security affairs at the Naval War College.
  • He also said an Iraqi report to the monitors on Baghdad's biological weapons program, which Iraq earlier said was limited to defensive research, was " essentially false ."
  • The Washington Post, which first reported the intelligence finding in its Tuesday editions, said France's samples are believed to be for defensive research programs aimed at limiting casualties from a smallpox outbreak.
  • But in 1999, the United States convinced WHO members to put off destruction until 2002, amid rising fears that other, clandestine stocks might be used as weapons, meaning live virus was needed for defensive research.
  • If anything, Planned Parenthood's frustration right now is a replay of just three summers ago, when it held a press conference in New York to call attention to its self-defensive research into violent far-right activity threatening its members.
  • "It's often hard to distinguish between a drug and a weapon, or between offensive or defensive research, " said Lev Sandakhchiev, the director of the state laboratory known as Vector, which made deadly viruses for weapons in Soviet times.
  • Iraq's Chemical Corps, created in the mid-1960s to protect troops and civilians from nuclear, biological and chemical attacks, established a laboratory to gain practical experience in the synthesis of chemical warfare agents as part of its defensive research, the report said.
  • Last year, The New York Times published an expose of three projects the government considers vital defensive research and advocates say raises alarm bells : a mock germ bomb, a dummy germ-factory, and plans at the Pentagon to genetically engineer a more potent version of the anthrax bacterium.