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‘Depleted uranium’s toxic legacy to poison Libya for 40 years’

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April 13, 2011

Military experts are accusing coalition forces in Libya of using depleted uranium in their air strikes. The deadly substance can cause cancer and physical mutations in those who come into close contact with it. The claims are surfacing as the ongoing NATO-led campaign is being stepped up with no clear end in sight. Journalist Conn Hallinan says Washington is selling depleted uranium bombs to its NATO allies, and the ill effects of the controversial weapon will be felt in Libya for decades to come…

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April 13, 2011

US is establishing democracy in Libya “with fire and sword,” as they say. All the means are deployed to justify the goal, that is. The US has already used that tactics when they dropped thousands of depleted uranium bombs upon Fallujah, Iraq in 2003 and the result was appalling. Today the US is one of the very few countries that refused to sign on to the UN’s Human Rights Commission’s ban on the element. Kenneth O’Keefe, the managing director of the Samouni Project in Gaza and a US marine assigned to the Gulf war back in the 90s where the element was used first, shares his personal experience with RT.

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