Weapon of Mass Destruction(redirected from Nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons)
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Weapon of Mass Destruction
Any weapon designed to kill human beings in exceptionally large numbers. Examples include biological, chemical and nuclear weapons. International agreements limit the spread of these weapons and they are rarely used in practice. However, they remain a significant political risk in some parts of the world.