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SYDNEY, June 9. /TASS/. Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said the Islamic State terrorist group is making effort to build a "dirty bomb."
The terrorist group is collecting radioactive material from hospitals and research facilities in towns it has captured, says The Australian citing the Australian top diplomat.
Last week Bishop said the Islamic State was trying to get hold of chemical weapons. For that purpose, the terrorist group is recruiting experienced specialists and scientists. According to the minister, the militants have already used chlorine in attacks on Iraqi towns.