Iraq’s defense ministry said on Saturday that it has broken up an Al-Qaeda cell that was working to produce poison gas at two locations in the capital for future attacks at home and abroad.
Iraq says Qaeda poison gas cell busted in Baghdad
Iraqi anti-terror police guard a checkpoint in Baghdad, on January 6, 2011. Iraq’s defense ministry says it has dismantled an Al-Qaeda cell that was working to produce poison gas at two locations in Baghdad. (File photo: AFP)
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