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    Clinical Center of Serbia

    The clinical center of Serbia represents a complex organization consisting of structural parts that provide highly specialized health care to population from Belgrade, Serbia and the entire region. The center's educational activity includes regular and postgraduate education, advanced training and research in many nuclear related areas. The Center includes as one of its units the Institute for Nuclear Medicine. The ...

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    Josef Stefan Institute

    Construction of Josef Stefan Institute began in 1949 and was completed in 1953. When it opened in 1954, the focus of the Institute was to train young professionals and conduct research to develop new nuclear related technologies. [1] That mandate remains current to this day (2004). Under IAEA sponsorship, the Institute has trained engineers, offering courses in nuclear material handling ...

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    Kim Man Yu Hospital

    The Kim Man Yu Hospital was founded in 1986 with a financial contribution of ¥2.2 billion made by Kim Man Yu, a Korean resident in Japan who belongs to the pro-North Korean General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Choch'ongnyŏn). Kim's donation is the largest financial contribution since Choch'ongbyŏn was formed, and he has received a number of decorations ...

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    Cabo Raso

    Cabo Raso was the last-minute choice as the location for a 1988 public test-launch of the Cóndor II and the Alacrán. US Ambassador Theodore Gildred was invited to attend the launch. The test was cancelled at the last minute, however, most likely due to technical difficulties.

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    Anabella Busso, Relaciones Argentina-Estados Unidos en los noventa: el caso Cóndor II ...

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    No. 25 Factory

    Following Kim Il Sung's November 1980 order to develop biological and chemical weapons, North Korea accelerated its biological weapons development by deploying special personnel to the No. 25 Factory, the Microbiological Institute (미생물연구소),and the Medical Institute (의학연구소). The No. 25 Factory is reportedly a site for biological weapons production. According to a 1992 report by South Korea's ...

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    El Centro de Experimentacion y Lanzamiento de Proyectiles Autopropulsados at El Chamical

    The airbase at Chamical began operation as a rocket launch site in 1962, and supported launch of rockets of a distance of up to 200km. It has the advantage of being located near salt flats, which can absorb the impact of launched rockets. In 1969, Argentina collaborated with NASA to launch Nike-Cajun and Nike-Apache rockets, which carried payloads constructed by ...

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    Military Medical Academy

    Initially established in 1844, it was reestablished in 1950 with the integration of the Main Military hospital of the Yugoslavian Army, the Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology of the Yugoslavian Army, and the Military Medical Officers School of the Yugoslavian Army. [1]

    The VMA is accredited as a university for research and training purposes. In the past it conducted research ...

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    Prva Iskri

    One source describes the production of 30 kilograms of mustard agent and 143 kilograms of sarin nerve agent at the Prva Iskri factory in the town of Baric up to 1961. However, another source describes these same quantities as representing the batch production capability of the facility, which suggests that much more agent could have been produced without actually indicating ...

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    Jiha-ri Materials Corporation

    The Chiha-ri Materials Corporation, along with the Maram Materials Corporation (마람자재상사), is responsible for the storage of chemical weapons. The firm manages the storage of solid and liquid chemical agents in underground tunnels and four-meter tanks, respectively.

    Sources:
    [1] Chang Chun Ik, Pukhan Haek-Missile Chŏnjaeng, (Seoul: Sŏmundang, 1999), pp. 364, 368;
    [2] "Pukhanŭi Hwasaengbangjŏn'nŭngnyŏk: Haekpang'wiguk Chiksok 8 Kae ...

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    Hŭngnam Chemical Fertilizer Complex

    This facility was first established in 1930 during the Japanese colonial period. None of the known chemical products at the Hŭngnam Chemical Fertilizer Complex is directly related to known CW agent manufacture. A significant amount of ammonium nitrate production is reportedly diverted to the manufacture of explosives at Explosives Factory No. 17, an underground site in Yonghŭng-nodongjagu (用興勞動者區 ...

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    Kanggye Chemical Factory

    Kanggye is one of two major sites for chemical weapon production in North Korea, the other being Sakchu. Analysts have reported that CW munitions are filled here and transported to responsible units in the Korean People's Army. Most of these reports are based solely upon defector accounts, which make it difficult to assess the types or amounts of ...

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    Khan Research Laboratories (KRL)

    While more frequently associated with Pakistan’s nuclear program, Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) also figures prominently in Pakistan’s medium-range liquid-fueled ballistic missile development history. [2] A historical competitor to Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission’s solid-fueled ballistic missile initiatives, the 1999-2001 command-and-control reforms consolidated the bulk of missile development activities under the National Defence Complex (NDC). [3][4] KRL, however, continues to ...

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