Chemical arms in ISIS territory in Iraq spark fear

With a recent report revealing that the U.S. government had tried to hide the extent to which its troops were exposed to chemical weapons in the aftermath of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, fears are mounting that extremist militants could possibly use the antiquated arms which are reportedly stored in ISIS-held territories in Iraq.

The New York Times reported Wednesday, citing intelligence documents and former soldiers, that American forces uncovered 5,000 warheads, shells and bombs filled with chemical agents but their findings were kept secret.


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