Missiles and shells lie among the stones outside the town of Waddan, in southern Libya. The fall of Libya's government in 2011 left various weapons, potentially including chemical agents, available for the taking by rebel and jihadist groups.
Chemical weapons have been an ineffective tool for terrorists in the past, and the challenges of transporting large quantities of chemical materials nearly always outweigh the benefits....
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