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$7b effort to disarm ex-Soviet WMDs slows

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / February 8, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Twelve years after the collapse of the Soviet Union left weapons of mass destruction scattered throughout Russia and its breakaway republics, most of the fallen empire's vast arsenal remains intact and dangerously underprotected, according to new military data compiled over the past year. (Full Article: 1321 Words)

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