A dirty bomb is a device designed to inflict mass casualties, but it is not limited to war.
It has been used to attack civilian areas, attack hospitals, and attack critical infrastructure, according to the FBI.
The FBI says it is investigating “a variety of potential threats” that could be “used as a method to affect the U.S. political system, including cyberattacks, propaganda, and disinformation.”
There is currently no specific threat that could impact the U:the FBI’s top priority is to “prevent future terrorist acts.”
There are a number of factors that could cause an attack.
A dirtybomb could be carried out by an individual, group, or a country with a long history of terrorism.
A country could launch a dirtybomb, but could be unaware of the plot or not have the means to carry it out.
It could be a well-funded and well-organized group that wants to create mass casualties in the United States.
It might be a foreign government that has a vested interest in keeping the U from succeeding.
A person who knows something about the threat could be in a position to trigger a dirty bomb.
If a dirty bomber succeeds, it could cause chaos and chaos could result.
If the dirty bomber is stopped, they could be caught, jailed, and executed.
A group could carry out a dirty bombing in a military base or a government facility.
There could be sabotage and sabotage of critical infrastructure that would cause significant damage.
There is the possibility that the dirty bomb would be planted in an existing facility, such as a gas pipeline, and that the clean-up effort would be slow.
This could result in the dirtybomb spreading to nearby facilities, causing serious damage to those facilities.
A nuclear weapon could be used to cause widespread destruction, including destroying the U’s infrastructure, leading to a devastating economic shock.
The dirty bomb could be planted on a critical infrastructure site that has already suffered a major attack or a nuclear disaster.
A nation could try to make dirty bombs more powerful and more deadly by developing an atomic weapon, or they could simply use dirty bombs to try and prevent a dirty war, according the FBI’s threat assessment.
It is important to understand that dirty bombs do not carry a death sentence or cause mass casualties.
They are a way to inflict a small amount of damage to a population, but only a small portion of the population will suffer.
For example, the FBI reports that a dirty-bomb could cause about a half a million casualties if it were used to kill a couple hundred people.
There are no hard and fast rules regarding when dirty bombs are considered to be an effective tactic.
Some people argue that a terrorist could use a dirty weapon to attack the United Kingdom or the United Arab Emirates, but this is very unlikely.
If this is the case, the U could still retaliate with a dirty or dirty bomb on the U, which could be enough to bring the dirty-weapon nation to the brink of war.
In reality, the dirty bombs carried out during the Cold War were used only by countries with a history of nuclear proliferation.
Today, the threat of dirty bombs is being used by countries that are not on the brink, such a China, Russia, Iran, or North Korea.
The number of countries carrying out dirty bombs continues to rise.
According to the CIA, there are around 1,000 dirty bombs on the loose and 1,500 dirty bombs a day in the Middle East.
In other words, the number of dirty weapons used by nations is increasing rapidly.
According the Department of Homeland Security, the percentage of countries that have been carrying out a number one or a number two bomb in the past 10 years have increased by approximately 15 percent, while the percentage with a number three bomb increased by 22 percent.
While dirty bombs have been around for a long time, there has been little attention paid to the threat, according Tom Glynn, senior director of the Intelligence Division at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
“There has been very little attention given to the dirty threat.
There was a time when it was very much a foreign policy issue and now it is a domestic security issue,” Glynn said.
“The danger of a dirty Bomb is not just a dirty one.
It’s a very dangerous one.”
The dirty bombs that the FBI is investigating are not limited solely to the Middle Eastern region.
There have been numerous dirty bombs planted in the U., including one at the Pentagon, and a recent one at a Navy base.
The Dirty Bomb is the name given to a dirty, radioactive substance that is released by an explosive device and causes widespread damage.
The United States is not the only nation that has had dirty bombs in the works.
Israel has used dirty bombs and dirty bombs for many years.
The Israelis have also been developing nuclear weapons.
There has been some debate over whether Israel has been carrying a dirty and radioactive weapon for many decades.
In 2004, Israeli President Shimon Peres announced that Israel would carry out an independent nuclear weapons program.
Israel is not