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December 07, 2011
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton smiles after delivering a policy statement during a global conference...
GENEVA GENEVE GINEVRA GENF, Switzerland
U.S. Secretary of State Clinton smiles after delivering policy statement during global conference to...
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton smiles after delivering a policy statement during a global conference to review the Biological Weapons Convention banning biological and toxic weapons, at the European headquarters of the United Nations (UN) in Geneva, Switzerland December 7, 2011. Clinton said countries must strengthen their ability to detect and respond to suspicious outbreaks of infectious disease that could be caused by pathogens falling into the wrong hands. A crude but effective terrorist weapon can be made by using a small sample of widely available pathogens, inexpensive equipment and "college-level chemistry and biology", she added. REUTERS/Martial Trezzini/Pool (SWITZERLAND)
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