France is now suffering from fear of chemical attack on it. Its army is guarding water facilities around Paris today amid fears Islamic State (ISIS) militants could wage chemical warfare a week after 130 people were murdered in the French capital.
The precautions come after French Prime Minister Manuel Valls warned jihadis could use chemical and biological weapons in an assault against France.
Fears of biological warfare were raised after 12 protective suits used to protect people from chemical products and contaminative viruses such as Ebola were stolen from a Parisian hospital.
More than 30 protective boots made of chemical-resistant polyethylene along with gloves and anti-bacterial masks have also disappeared.