Erratum.

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ERRATUM: In the August 2007 story, "Abandoned Chemical Weapons Pose Continual Threat," on page 30, it was incorrectly reported that during World War II, the Germans bombed an American ship in Bari Harbor, Italy, with mustard bombs. The German bombs were conventional, and the mustard bombs were U.S. weapons. More than 600 military casualties and an unknown number of civilian casualties resulted from the 1943 German bombing in Bari Harbor of the John Harvey, an American ship loaded with two...

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