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The Devastating Effects of Depleted Uranium

Some of the most atrocious products of war – aside from chaos and violence – are the lasting effects post-war. Violence may quell, some order may be reestablished, and although vestiges of warfare may remain (from war monuments to days of remembrance) other deadly remnants of it’s destructive path persist. 687 more words

Soldiers’ Perspectives On The Use Of Chemical Weapons

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August 6, 2013
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On June 10, 2013, Iraq war veteran Daniel Somers wrote a final letter to his loving wife and family before taking his own life. 727 more words


James and JoAnne Moriarty Reveal the Truth About the Libyan War

Act I – Libya Overthrow

In Feb 2011, snipers were imported along with a couple hundred thousand mercenaries by the United States (CIA). They were trained, they were brought into Libya. 291 more words


What to do with 40,000 depleted uranium rounds scattered around Serbia?

Serbian Minister, UN representatives discuss depleted uranium http://inserbia.info/today/2014/03/serbias-minister-un-representatives-discuss-depleted-uranium-sites/sites BELGRADE – Serbia’s Minister without portfolio for Kosovo-Metohija Aleksandar Vulin has discussed with UN representatives in Belgrade the progress made in research on locations in Serbia where higher levels of depleted uranium have been detected. 269 more words


The NSS 2014 danger

The Nuclear Security Summit 2014 is at an end. The circus of 53 delegation members, the security forces and other parties are leaving or have left the Netherlands. 1,256 more words


Crimea, Iraq and international law: A little perspective

The war of words between Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin has continued this week, with Obama forcefully rejecting an argument from Putin that the referendum for  3,241 more words

War On Terror

Report: NATO bombed Kosovo with 10 tons of Depleted Uranium.. poisoned SE Europe

- Yugoslavia has been contaminated with toxic substances among which the most dangerous is polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB), highly cancerogenous and responsible for immunological diseases. The report stresses that one liter of PCB is enough to contaminate one billion gallons of water. 827 more words

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