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The interest in the use of DU weapons and the effects on people and the environment is a hot topic in the world due to increased public awareness..
"Al-Tuwaitha, Iraq: the Iraq Nuclear Complex Turned into a Horrific Uranium-contamination Zone"
By Hisataka Yamazaki (Depleted Uranium Center/Japan) May 11, 2003
U.S. Colonel Admits 500 Tons of D.U. Were Used in Iraq
By Jay Shaft (Coalition For Free Thought In Media)
5 May 2003 /Scoop.co.nz
The Real Casualty Rate from America's Iraq Wars by Chalmers Johnson
Senator Edward Kennedy yesterday warned that the Bush administration was preparing to restart the testing of nuclear weapons so it could develop a new generation of bunker-busting bombs and tactical "mini-nukes", potentially triggering a new arms race. By Julian Borger
Coalition 'must reveal DU targets by Alex Kirby (BBC News)
People in Iraq need urgent advice on avoiding exposure to depleted uranium (DU), the United Nations has said
Death By Slow Burn - How America Nukes Its Own Troops by Amy Worthington
'Depleted uranium will affect Iraq for generations to come' Al Jazeera interviewed with professor Major Doug Rocke, former chief of the Depleted Uranium Project at the Pentagon.
'U.S. should end its use of depleted-uranium weapons' - by Ginger Perlman (Herald Tribune Sarasota)
A website with late-breaking news by Robert Fisk - Middle East correspondent for Independent Newspaper UK
Gulf War Syndrome, The Sequel - People Are Sick Over There Already by Steven Rosenfeld
Electronic Iraq is a news portal on the US-Iraq crisis published by veteran antiwar campaigners Voices in the Wilderness and respected Middle East supplementary news publishers, the Electronic Intifada. Good articles on the affect of DU.
The U.N. Environment Program today released a report indicating depleted uranium from weapons used in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1994-95 has contaminated drinking water and air.
US Forces' Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons is 'Illegal' by Neil Mackay
BRITISH and American coalition forces are using depleted uranium (DU) shells in the war against Iraq and deliberately flouting a United Nations resolution which classifies the munitions as illegal weapons of mass destruction.
10 Reasons Environmentalists Oppose the Attack on Iraq.
Depleted Uranium: The American Legacy by Sara S. DeHart, MSN, Ph.D. and Louis Farshee, MA