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AFGHANISTAN/
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May 01, 2013
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul May 1,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul May 1, 2013. Over 150 schoolgirls in Afghanistan's capital Kabul fell sick after smelling gas and drinking water and were being examined for possible poisoning, hospital officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY DISASTER)
GEORGIA-US/LAB
RTR2K1PO
March 18, 2011
Dials and equipment are seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL)...
Tbilisi, Georgia
Dials and are equipment seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL)...
Dials and equipment are seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL) in Tbilisi, March 16, 2011. Georgia and the United States will inaugurate on Friday a $100 million biological research facility in the capital Tbilisi, the U.S. ambassador said, in an effort to combat the global spread of diseases and bioterrorism. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS SCI TECH)
Mid East Conflict
Mid East Conflict
Israel's Biowarfare Hospital - 10 Mar 2011
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KOREA/
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June 15, 2010
Government officials wearing gas masks take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Government officials take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government...
Government officials wearing gas masks take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul June 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTR2F6K7
June 15, 2010
A government official wearing a gas mask takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the...
Seoul, South Korea
A government official takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government...
A government official wearing a gas mask takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul June 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
INDIA/
RTR1ZKXB
April 17, 2008
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during an exercise to prepare for chemical...
Kolkata, India
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during a preparation exercise in Kolkata...
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during an exercise to prepare for chemical and biological terror attacks in the eastern India city of Kolkata April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
SECURITY-SINGAPORE/
RTR1O0AV
March 28, 2007
A member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a...
Singapore, Singapore
member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a simulated...
A member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a simulated gas attack inside a mock Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train at the Home Team Academy in Singapore, March 28, 2007. The Home Team Academy, opened by the Ministry of Home Affairs in September 2006, houses simulated facilities such as counter-terrorism training stations and is intended to be an internationally recognised centre providing professional training and education on homefront security, safety and law enforcement. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
BASSON
RTXNS2F
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. [The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. [The ex-.....
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. [The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. ]
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNVA9
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV9Y
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV9Q
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town,.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV92
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV8J
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV8C
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/la
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV84
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
SAFRICA DR DEATH
RTRNV7W
September 13, 2005
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town.
Dr Wouter Basson ponders a point during a news conference in Cape Town, September 13, 2005. The ex-head of South Africa's germ warfare programme denied knowledge of apartheid-era plots to murder black opponents and promised to beat new charges to be brought against him by the state. "the judge has already said I am innocent, and am," Wouter Basson, dubbed "Dr Death" in the popular press, told reporters during a live radio interview. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/LA
CHINA JAPAN
RTRI3OV
July 20, 2005
Chinese plaintiff Wang Jin Hua (L) holds a photograph of his family member along with Chinese students...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese plaintiff Wang holds a photograph of his family member in Tokyo.
Chinese plaintiff Wang Jin Hua (L) holds a photograph of his family member along with Chinese students in front of the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo July 20, 2005. China criticised a Japanese court rejection of demands by Chinese plaintiffs for germ warfare compensation on Wednesday, allowing no let-up in tension between the neighbours over territory, regional influence and history. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
CHINA JAPAN
RTRI3OO
July 20, 2005
Chinese students hold photographs of those they say died of plague caused by germs spread by the Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese students hold photographs during their visit to the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo.
Chinese students hold photographs of those they say died of plague caused by germs spread by the Japanese military during their visit to the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo July 20, 2005 to reiterate their demand that Japan launch an investigation into the Imperial Army's biological unit 731 during World War Two. China criticised a Japanese court rejection of demands by Chinese plaintiffs for germ warfare compensation on Wednesday, allowing no let-up in tension between the neighbours over territory, regional influence and history. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
CHINA
RTXNGG8
May 05, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese...
Harbin, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japan.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state [media] say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes.] Picture taken April 24, 2005.
CHINA
RTXNGG7
May 05, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese...
Harbin, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japan.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state [media] say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes.] Picture taken April 24, 2005.
CHINA JAPAN HARBIN
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April 24, 2005
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre in China...
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE PICTURE TAKEN APRIL 24, 2005
CHINA JAPAN WAR
RTRA5CX
April 24, 2005
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre...
Harbin, China
To match history feature China-Japan-War.
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state media say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes. Picture taken April 24, 2005. To match history feature China-Japan-War REUTERS/Jason Lee CC/KS
CHINA JAPAN WAR
RTRA5CS
April 24, 2005
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre...
Harbin, China
To match history feature China-Japan-War.
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state media say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes. Picture taken April 24, 2005. To match history feature China-Japan-War REUTERS/Jason Lee CC/KS
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93G7
April 24, 2005
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of Harbin. A Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of the north-east Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93FO
April 24, 2005
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin,...
Harbin, China
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in Harbin.
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee ALF/KS
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93ES
April 24, 2005
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin,...
Harbin, China
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south ......
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin, China. The president of the crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre, Wang Peng, points at the ruins in south of Harbin in Heilongjiang province, northeast China, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93E2
April 24, 2005
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese visits the ruins of the live-human frostbite laboratory building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93DK
April 24, 2005
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Harbin, China
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ warfare located in south of Harbin. A Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at an exhibition hall of the historical Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93AZ
April 24, 2005
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Harbin, UK
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
BRITAIN
RTXM6YP
September 07, 2003
A police officer takes part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank underground station in central...
London, UK
A police officer takes part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank underground station in .....
A police officer takes part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank underground station in central London, September 7, 2003. The exercise, which does not involve members of the public or real chemicals and is designed to test London's ability to cope with a terror attack, began at 1048 GMT on Sunday and is designed to test the response of the police, ambulance and fire services to such an incident. The scenario being acted out is that a chemical is released on a busy train travelling from Waterloo to Bank station in the heart of the City of London.
BRITAIN
RTXM6YO
September 07, 2003
Members of Britain's emergency services take part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank underground...
London, UK
Members of Britain's emergency services take part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank u.....
Members of Britain's emergency services take part in a mock chemical attack simulation at the Bank underground station in central London, September 7, 2003. The exercise, which does not involve members of the public or real chemicals, is designed to test the response of the police, ambulance and fire services to a terror attack. The scenario being acted out is that a chemical is released on a busy train travelling from Waterloo to Bank station in the heart of the City of London.
SECURITY ANTHRAX
RTR9UY3
August 26, 2003
Steven Hatfill, the germ warfare expert who has been investigated in
connection with the 2001 anthrax...
USA
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN HATFILL.
Steven Hatfill, the germ warfare expert who has been investigated in
connection with the 2001 anthrax attacks, sued U.S. Attorney General
John Ashcroft and other government officials on August 26, 2003,
accusing them of violating his constitutional rights for political
gain. Hatfill, shown August 11, 2002, said in the court filing that by
labeling him as a "person of interest" in the deadly anthrax attacks,
Ashcroft and the other defendants purposely ruined his life.
REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang-Files

RC/GAC
ATTACK SIMULATION
RTRNGBH
May 13, 2003
Nick Contos (R) uses a detector to measure potential radiation on
Charles Mansfield during an exhibition...
Argonne, United States of America
NICK CONTOS USES DETECTOR TO MEASURE RADIATION DURING TERRORISM
RESPONSE EXERCISE.
Nick Contos (R) uses a detector to measure potential radiation on
Charles Mansfield during an exhibition of how teams would respond to a
terrorist attack that used radioactive material, during a media preview
at the Joint Information Center in Argonne, Illinois, May 13, 2003.
Against the backdrop of a deadly attack on Americans in Saudi Arabia,
emergency workers in two U.S. cities combated simulated bomb and
biological terrorism on Tuesday as the government mounted the largest
security exercise of its kind. In contrast to the bombast marking the
$16 million drill's beginning in Seattle on Monday, where a supposed
radioactive "dirty bomb" was set off with pyrotechnics, Chicago's
simulated attack was a silent germ warfare invasion that sent the first
of hundreds of "patients" to hospitals.

REUTERS/Frank Polich
AUSTRALIA
RTXLOWB
December 19, 2002
An officer from the New South Wales fire brigade (R) scans an emergency worker, dressed in a yellow fully...
Sydney, Australia
An officer from the New South Wales fire brigade (R) scans an emergency worker, dressed in a yellow .....
An officer from the New South Wales fire brigade (R) scans an emergency worker, dressed in a yellow fully encapsulated gas suit, during a counter terrorism exercise in Sydney on December 19, 2002. [Local authorities in Australia's largest city carried out the full scale simulation as Prime Minister John Howard announced an increase in the nation's elite Special Air Service troops, who would be called on to fight any militant attack.]
SMALLPOX
RTXLOVP
December 18, 2002
An unidentified (for security reasons) Army officer is given the smallpox vaccine by Health care provider...
Washington, USA
An unidentified (for security reasons) Army officer is given the smallpox vaccine by Health care pro.....
An unidentified (for security reasons) Army officer is given the smallpox vaccine by Health care provider Sgt. Deerlove at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, December 18, 2002. The government is vaccinating millions of U.S. troops and emergency workers, against the long-dormant smallpox disease now feared as a terrorist weapon.
HATFILL
RTXLH2D
September 04, 2002
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FBI...
Alexandria, USA
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FB.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FBI as a "person of interest" in the probe surrounding last year's deadly anthrax mailings, was fired from his job at Louisiana State University, the school said on September 3, 2002. [Hatfill, 48, who has twice publicly denied any involvement in the anthrax attacks, was associate director of the National Center for Biomedical Research and Training at LSU. He is one of 30 U.S.-based scientists the FBI has identified as "persons of interest." Hatfill is shown in this August 11, 2002 file photo while making his first public statement addressing his involvement in the investigation. ]
HATFILL
RTXLH2C
September 04, 2002
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FBI...
Alexandria, USA
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FB.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 11AUG02 - Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the FBI as a "person of interest" in the probe surrounding last year's deadly anthrax mailings, was fired from his job at Louisiana State University, the school said on September 3, 2002. [Hatfill, 48, who has twice publicly denied any involvement in the anthrax attacks, was associate director of the National Center for Biomedical Research and Training at LSU. He is one of 30 U.S.-based scientists the FBI has identified as "persons of interest." Hatfill is shown pausing in this August 11, 2002 file photo while making his first public statement addressing his involvement in the investigation.]
RTR9U1M
September 03, 2002
Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the
FBI as a "person of interest" in...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL.
Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the
FBI as a "person of interest" in the probe surrounding last year's
deadly anthrax mailings, was fired from his job at Louisiana State
University, the school said on September 3, 2002. Hatfill, 48, who has
twice publicly denied any involvement in the anthrax attacks, was
associate director of the National Center for Biomedical Research and
Training at LSU. He is one of 30 U.S.-based scientists the FBI has
identified as "persons of interest." Hatfill is shown in this August
11, 2002 file photo while making his first public statement addressing
his involvement in the investigation. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang-Files

HB/
HONGKONG
RTR9I3H
August 28, 2002
Protesters chant outside the Japanese consulate in Hong Kong August 28,
2002. A Japanese court on Tuesday...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
PROTESTERS PROTEST WITH BANNER OUTSIDE THE JAPANESE CONSULATE IN HONG
KONG.
Protesters chant outside the Japanese consulate in Hong Kong August 28,
2002. A Japanese court on Tuesday recognised for the first time that
Japan had conducted biological warfare in China during World War Two -
something that has never been officially acknowledged by the Japanese
government. But the Tokyo District court rejected a lawsuit for damages
filed against the Japanese government by Chinese people who said their
relatives were killed in the germ warfare conducted by the infamous
Unit 731. The banner reads "down with Japanese militarism." REUTERS/Kin
Cheung

KC/PB
JAPAN CHINA WARFARE
RTR9GO1
August 27, 2002
Chinese plaintiffs and their supporters demonstrate against the
Japanese government in a Tokyo street...
Tokyo, Japan
CHINESE PLAINTIFFS AND SUPPORTERS DEMONSTRATE AGAINST JAPANESE
GOVERNMENT IN A TOKYO STREET.
Chinese plaintiffs and their supporters demonstrate against the
Japanese government in a Tokyo street August 27, 2002. A Tokyo District
Court on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit filed by the group of Chinese who
said their relatives were killed by germ warfare waged by Japanese
forces in China during World War Two. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

TA/CP
JAPAN CHINA WARFARE
RTR9GLS
August 27, 2002
Chinese plaintiffs and their supporters demonstrate against the
Japanese government in a Tokyo street...
Tokyo, Japan
CHINESE PLAINTIFFS AND SUPPORTERS DEMONSTRATE AGAINST JAPANESE
GOVERNMENT IN TOKYO.
Chinese plaintiffs and their supporters demonstrate against the
Japanese government in a Tokyo street August 27, 2002. A Tokyo District
Court on Tuesday rejected a lawsuit filed by the group of Chinese who
said their relatives were killed by germ warfare waged by Japanese
forces in China during World War Two. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

TA/CP
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR15439
August 25, 2002
Steven J. Hatfill and radio commentator Patrick Clawsen hold a picture
showing the interior of Hatfill's...
Alexandria (Virginia), United States of America
STEVEN HATFILL AND PATRICK CLAWSEN HOLD PHOTO OF DAMAGED ROOM.
Steven J. Hatfill and radio commentator Patrick Clawsen hold a picture
showing the interior of Hatfill's girlfriend's apartment after the FBI
performed a search, during a press conference in Alexandria, August 25,
2002. The former U.S. Army scientist investigated by the FBI in its
probe into last year's deadly anthrax mailings said on Sunday he had
filed ethics complaints against Attorney General John Ashcroft and
others involved in the investigation. Again blasting the government's
handling of the case, Hatfill, a medical doctor and germ warfare
expert, said the officials violated Justice Department regulations by
leaking information about him and calling him a "person of interest" in
the probe. REUTERS/William Philpott

WP/GN
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR9ES3
August 25, 2002
Steven J. Hatfill (R) gives a long hug to his friend and radio
commentator Patrick Clawsen after speaking...
Alexandria (Virginia), United States of America
STEVEN HATFILL ATTACKS THE FBI FOR HIS STATUS AS A PERSON OF INTEREST.
Steven J. Hatfill (R) gives a long hug to his friend and radio
commentator Patrick Clawsen after speaking to the press in Alexandria,
Virginia August 25, 2002. Hatfill, a former U.S. Army scientist being
investigated by the FBI in its probe into last year's deadly anthrax
mailings said on Sunday he had filed ethics complaints against Attorney
General John Ashcroft and others involved in the investigation. Again
blasting the government's handling of the case, Hatfill, a medical
doctor and germ warfare expert, said the officials violated Justice
Department regulations by leaking information about him and calling him
a "person of interest" in the probe. REUTERS/William Philpott

WP/GN
HATFILL
RTXLGCS
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria, USA
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his.....
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his involvement in the investigation in front of his [lawyer Victor M. Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002.] The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly focusing on him.
HATFILL
RTXLGCR
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria, USA
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his.....
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his involvement in the investigation in front of his [lawyer Victor M. Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002.] The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly focusing on him.
HATFILL
RTXLGCQ
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria, USA
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his.....
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his involvement in the investigation in front of his [lawyer Victor M. Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002.] The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly focusing on him.
RTR15407
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR9U16
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the
FBI as a "person of interest" in...
UNITED STATES
FILE PHOTO OF FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL.
Dr. Steven Hatfill, a physician and germ warfare expert named by the
FBI as a "person of interest" in the probe surrounding last year's
deadly anthrax mailings, was fired from his job at Louisiana State
University, the school said on September 3, 2002. Hatfill, 48, who has
twice publicly denied any involvement in the anthrax attacks, was
associate director of the National Center for Biomedical Research and
Training at LSU. He is one of 30 U.S.-based scientists the FBI has
identified as "persons of interest." Hatfill is shown pausing in this
August 11, 2002 file photo while making his first public statement
addressing his involvement in the investigation. REUTERS/Hyungwon
Kang-Files

HB/
RTR8UN2
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, pauses while...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL PAUSES WHILE SPEAKINGS ABOUT
ANTHRAX INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, pauses while making his first public statement
addressing his involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer
Victor M. Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002.
The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK/jp
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR8UMX
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), USA
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR8UMQ
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR8UMA
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, listens to...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL LISTENS TO HIS ATTORNEY
SPEAKING ABOUT ANTHRAX INVESTIGATION....
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, listens to his lawyer Victor M. Glasberg speaking
about his case in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The former
U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert, identified
as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last year's deadly
anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do with the attack
and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly focusing on
him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR8UM0
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, gestures...
Alexandria (Virginia), United States of America
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, gestures while making his first public statement
addressing his involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer
Victor M. Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002.
The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR8ULR
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill (L), a former Army researcher under scrutiny in
the FBI's anthrax probe, listens...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
ATTORNEY FOR FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT
ANTHRAX INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill (L), a former Army researcher under scrutiny in
the FBI's anthrax probe, listens to his lawyer Victor M. Glasberg
answer questions from the press in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11,
2002. The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare
expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into
last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to
do with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for
unfairly focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR8ULG
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, wipes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), USA
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL WIPES HIS FACE AFTER SPEAKING
ABOUT ANTHRAX INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, wipes his face while listening to his lawyer
Victor M. Glasberg speaking about his case in Alexandria, Virginia on
August 11, 2002. The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and
germ warfare expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the
investigation into last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday
he had nothing to do with the attack and lashed out at the government
and media for unfairly focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK/jp
ANTHRAX HATFILL
RTR8UL9
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, wipes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), United States of America
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL WIPES HIS FACE AFTER SPEAKING
ABOUT ANTHRAX INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, wipes his face while listening to his lawyer
Victor M. Glasberg speaking about his case in Alexandria, Virginia on
August 11, 2002. The former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and
germ warfare expert, identified as a "person of interest" in the
investigation into last year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday
he had nothing to do with the attack and lashed out at the government
and media for unfairly focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK/jp
RTR8UL4
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR8UKX
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawyer Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
RTR8UKK
August 11, 2002
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his...
Alexandria (Virginia), UNITED STATES
FORMER ARMY RESEARCHER STEVEN J HATFILL SPEAKS ABOUT ANTHRAX
INVESTIGATION.
Dr. Steven J. Hatfill, a former Army researcher under scrutiny in the
FBI's anthrax probe, makes his first public statement addressing his
involvement in the investigation in front of his lawye,r Victor M.
Glasberg's office in Alexandria, Virginia on August 11, 2002. The
former U.S. Army scientist, medical doctor and germ warfare expert,
identified as a "person of interest" in the investigation into last
year's deadly anthrax mailings, said on Sunday he had nothing to do
with the attack and lashed out at the government and media for unfairly
focusing on him. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

HK
BASSON
RTXL7C3
April 12, 2002
Wouter Basson, an apartheid-era germ warfare expert, dubbed Dr. Death listens as a judge recounts charges...
Pretoria, South Africa
Wouter Basson, an apartheid-era germ warfare expert, dubbed Dr. Death listens as a judge recounts ch.....
Wouter Basson, an apartheid-era germ warfare expert, dubbed Dr. Death listens as a judge recounts charges in Pretoria High Court April 11, 2002. [The state has accused Basson, 51, of making poisons used to kill or attempt to kill mostly black opponents of the apartheid government, misappropriating government funds to fund a lavish lifestyle and drug dealing. If found guilty, Basson faces life in prison. He has pleaded not guilty to all the charges, including more than a dozen for murder.]
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