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Source: Mail Online UK
London : United Kingdom | almost 2 years ago  
5 May 2012 A senior Army officer has warned that unmanned drones carrying deadly poison could be used in a devastating terrorist attack during the Olympic Games. Lieutenant Colonel...
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