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Syria and weapons of mass destruction

Syria and weapons of mass destruction, is engaged in scientific research, production, stockpiling and alleged use in Syria of weapons of mass destruction, including chemical and nuclear weapons. 14 Sep 2013 the United States and Russia announced ...

                                               

South Africa and weapons of mass destruction

From the 1960s to the 1990s years, South Africa pursued research into weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. Was assembled six nuclear weapons. Before the expected transition to elected by the majority Af ...

                                               

Assault rifle

Assault rifle is a selective fire rifle that uses an intermediate cartridge and a detachable magazine. Assault rifle was first put into series production and accepted into widespread service during the Second world war. Although Western countries ...

                                               

Angon

The angon was a type of javelin used during the Early middle Ages the Franks and other Germanic peoples including the Anglo-Saxons. It was similar to, and possibly derived from, the Pilum used by the Roman army and the barbed head and long narrow ...

                                               

Barong (sword)

The Barong is a thick, leaf-shaped, single-edged blade sword. These arms were used by the Muslim Filipino ethnolinguistic groups like Tausug, sama-Bajo, or Yakan in the southern Philippines.

                                               

Crossbow bolt

A quarrel or bolt is the arrow used in a crossbow. The name "quarrel" is derived from the French word "carré", which means the area, usually referring to their square heads. Although their lengths vary, bolts are usually shorter than traditional ...

                                               

Bhuj (weapon)

In Bhuj-the type of knife or dagger with Sindh and Gujarat. It is usually called a hatchet-knife, because the blade is fixed on the axe-like haft. The weapon takes its name from the town of Bhuj in Kachchh district in Gujarat, where it originated ...

                                               

Harpax

In harpax or harpago Roman catapult-shot harpoon, created by Marcus vipsanius Agrippa against Sextus Pompey during the naval battles of the Sicilian insurrection. In the harpax allowed an enemy vessel to be harpooned and then winched together on ...

                                               

Dagger-axe

Dagger-axe or GE is a type of pole weapon that was in use from Shang dynasty until the Han dynasty in China. It consists of a dagger-shaped blade mounted on its Tang perpendicular wooden shaft. The earliest Dagger-axe blades were made of stone. L ...

                                               

Dolphin (weapon)

Dolphin was an ancient naval arms Greek galleys. In fact, the ammunition anchor, a Dolphin was shaped heavy weight which would be thrown or dropped on the enemy boat to try to damage the membrane.

                                               

And Jo is about 1.27-metre-long wooden staff used in some Japanese martial arts. Martial art of the Jo is called jōdō or jōjutsu. In addition, Aiki-jō is a set of techniques in Aikido which uses the Jo to illustrate aikidos principles with a weap ...

                                               

Shiv (weapon)

Shiv also Chiv, schiv and shivvie is a homemade knife as a weapon, especially fashioned in prison. The word is almost certainly descended from the 17th century "onion". Shiva cognate verb means "to put" and shivver to be criminal, the victims of ...

                                               

Carbine

A carbine, from French carabine, long barrel firearms, but with a shorter barrel than a standard rifle and musket. A carbines shortened versions full length rifles, shooting the same ammunition, while others fire low-powered ammunition, including ...

                                               

Qassam rocket

The Qassam rocket is a simple, steel artillery rocket developed and implemented in the Izz al-DIN al-Qassam brigades, the military wing of Hamas. These missiles cannot be fired at a specific military objective or in close proximity to areas inhab ...

                                               

Katar (dagger)

Katar or Katara is a type of push dagger from India. The weapon is characterized by a H-shaped horizontal hand grip which results in the blade sitting above the user knuckles. Unique to the Indian subcontinent, is the most famous and characterist ...

                                               

War scythe

War or the military scythe the scythe is a form of pole weapon with curved single-edged blade with a cutting edge on the concave side of the blade. The blade has some superficial resemblance to agricultural braid, from which it likely evolved, bu ...

                                               

Khanda (sword)

In the khanda is a double-edge straight sword come from the Indian subcontinent. He is often featured in religious iconography, theatre and art depicting the ancient history of India. It is a common weapon in the Indian martial arts. Khanda is of ...

                                               

Limbo (weapon)

Limbo, or anti submarine mortar mark 10, was the final British development of a forward-throwing anti-submarine weapon originally designed during the Second world war. Limbo three-barreled mortar similar to the earlier Squid and Hedgehog that it ...

                                               

Bow and arrow

Bow and arrow-a ranged weapon system consisting of an elastic launching device and the long shaft of the shells. Archery is the art, practice, or skill of using bows to shoot arrows. The person who shoots arrows from a bow is called an Archer or ...

                                               

Misericorde (weapon)

A misericorde was a long, narrow knife, used in the High middle Ages, to deliver the fatal blow to the seriously wounded knight. The blade was thin enough to strike through the gaps between his armor. This weapon was used to dispatch knights who ...

                                               

Mambele

In mambele-form hybrid knife / hatchet in the medium to South Africa, but initially curved daggers used Mangbetu. It consists of an iron blade with a curved back and rear spike. It can be used in close combat like a hatchet or dagger, or generall ...

                                               

Volley gun

The volley gun is a gun with several barrels for firing a number of shots simultaneously or in succession. They differ from modern machine guns in that they lack automatic loading and automatic fire and are limited by the number of barrels bundle ...

                                               

Osa (handgun)

OSA is a family of Russian nonlethal pistols that can be used as flare gun, flashbang gun or starting pistol. The system consists of a cannon and different ammo types. "Wasp" was developed in 1990-ies design engineer and weapons designer G. A. G. ...

                                               

Ball and shot gun

Ball and shot gun, also known by the marketing name of the paradox gun, a shotgun capable of firing both shot and solid projectiles. First built in Holland and the Netherlands, the term paradox is a brand name applied to these guns by Holland and ...

                                               

Glassing

Glazing physical attack using a glass or bottle as a weapon. Glassings can occur at bars or pubs serving alcoholic drinks, and these products are easily available. The most common method of glassing involves the attacker that presses a glass into ...

                                               

Sai (weapon)

The SAI is a traditional melee weapon used in Okinawa. The main weapon is blunt, Prong shaped metal baton, with two curved prongs projecting from the handle. There are many different types of the SAI with varying prongs for trapping and blocking.

                                               

Sica

At the sica was a short sword or large dagger of ancient Thracians, Dacians and Illyrians, which were used in Ancient Rome, originating in the culture of Hallstatt. Initially, he was depicted curved sword, and many examples were found in what is ...

                                               

Gast gun

On the Gast gun was a German twin barrelled machine gun that was developed by Karl Gast of Vorwerk UND companie of barmen and used during the First world war. Its unique operating system produced very high rate of fire of 1.600 rounds per minute. ...

                                               

Scorpio (weapon)

Scorpio or Scorpion was type of Roman torsion engine of siege and field artillery. It was described at the beginning of the Roman architect and engineer Vitruvius in the 1st century BC and the 4th ad, the officer and historian Ammianus Marcellinus.

                                               

Tabuk Sniper Rifle

The Tabuk sniper rifle Iraqi semi-automatic designated marksmans rifle, made from a modified version of the Zastava M70 machine, itself a variant of the AKM. The Tabuk rifle, like all the AKM and Dragunov SVD derivatives made in Iraq, was manufac ...

                                               

Ji (polearm)

JI was a Chinese hammer, translated into English as the halberd, used in one form or another for over 3000 years, at least, at the beginning of the Zhou dynasty to the late Qing dynasty. They are still used in training in many Chinese martial arts.

                                               

Chakram

The chakram is a throwing weapon from the Indian subcontinent. It is a tower with a sharpened outer edge and a diameter of 12-30 cm. It is also known as chalikar means "circle", and sometimes referred to in English writings as a "war quoit". In C ...

                                               

Shashka

In or shashka shasqua is a special kind of sabre a very sharp, single-sided, single-handedly, and guardless sword. In appearance, the shashka was midway between a full sabre and a straight sword. It has a slightly curved blade, and can be effecti ...

                                               

Hilt

The hilt of a sword is its handle, consisting of guard, grip and pommel. The guard may contain a crossguard and hilt. Tassel or sword knot may be attached to the guard or pommel.

                                               

Yawara

In yawara is a Japanese weapon used in various martial arts. In yawara originated from the use of not kongou, a Buddhist symbolic object, the monks in feudal Japan. In yawara takes the form of one or two small, thick sticks which stick out about ...

                                               

Yari

Yari is the term for one of the traditional Japanese knives in the form of a spear, or more specifically, right at the head with spears. Martial art of the Yari is called sōjutsu.

                                               

God's Army (revolutionary group)

Gods army is armed with the revolutionary Christian rebel group that opposed the then military junta of Myanmar. The group was an offshoot of the Karen National Union. They were based along the Thai-Burmese border, and has carried out a string of ...

                                               

Army of God (United States)

Gods army-Christian terrorist organization, which is engaged in the use of anti-abortion violence in the United States to fight against abortion. According to the Department of justice and the Department of homeland Securitys knowledge base terro ...

                                               

Army of God

The worldview and social life: Gods army of the United States, Christian anti-abortion organization in the United States. Militia Christi West, the Roman Catholic world. The biblical heavenly hosts. In art and literature: Gods army, which fought ...

                                               

National Liberation Army

National liberation army-the name: National liberation army of Macedonia, the grouping of the 2001 insurgency in the Republic of Macedonia. The national liberation army of Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav world war II resistance movement, the partisans. ...

                                               

Ñancahuazu Guerrilla

In Ñancahuazu guerrilla or Ejercito de Liberacion Nacional de Bolivia was a group of mainly Bolivian and Cuban guerrillas led by guerrilla leader Che Guevara which was active in the province Cordillera Bolivia from 1966 to 1967. The group has est ...

                                               

National Liberation Army (Colombia)

National liberation army is a revolutionary left-wing armed groups involved in the continuation of the conflict in Colombia, which has existed in Colombia since 1964. The ELN advocate a composite Communist ideology of Marxism and liberation theol ...

                                               

National Liberation Army (Macedonia)

The national liberation army, also known as Macedonian UÇ, was a militant organization that operated in Northern Macedonia in 2001 and was closely associated with the Kosovo liberation army. After the Macedonian war of 2001, it seems, is disarmed ...

                                               

National Liberation Army (Peru)

The national liberation army was a Peruvian guerrilla group. It sought to gather militants regardless of their political affiliation. Short-term movement, which was formed in 1962 and carried out numerous minor skirmishes and actions, the culmina ...

                                               

Caprivi Liberation Army

The Caprivi liberation army in Namibia rebel and separatist group which was established in 1994 to separate the Caprivi, the region is mostly inhabited by the Lozi people. It operates only in the Caprivi strip.

                                               

Kosovo Liberation Army

Kosovo liberation army, the ethnic Albanian separatists and militias who sought the separation of Kosovo from Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Serbia in the 1990-ies and the subsequent creation of a greater Albania, due to the presence of a hug ...

                                               

Palestine Liberation Army

Army for the Liberation of Palestine, the alleged military wing of the Palestine Liberation Organization created in 1964, the summit of the League of Arab States in Alexandria, Egypt, therefore Israel is at war. However, it has never been under e ...

                                               

Liberation Army of Presevo, Medveda and Bujanovac

Liberation army of Presevo, Medvedja and Bujanovac Albanian paramilitary groups are fighting for secession from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia for the three municipalities in Presevo, Bujanovac and Medvedja, where the majority of Albanians in ...

                                               

Army for the Liberation of Rwanda

Army for the liberation of Rwanda was a rebel group largely composed of members of the Interahamwe and Armed forces of Rwanda that carried out the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Working mainly in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo on the bord ...

                                               

Liberation Army of Chameria

Liberation army of Chameria messages paramilitary in the North-Western Greek region of Epirus. It is reported that the organization tied to the Kosovo liberation army and the national liberation army, both ethnic Albanian paramilitary organisatio ...

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