The consequence of a dirty bomb attack
from The Hill
This past week New York conducted a major emergency preparedness exercise to practice its emergency ability to detect and respond to a radiological dispersion device, or "dirty bomb." We cannot know the likelihood that Al Qaeda or related groups might acquire such a weapon, but the evidence that they possess both the desire and the capacity is compelling enough that authorities have chosen to invest scarce resources to prepare.
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