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Foreign Policy: The US military used depleted uranium in Iraq and Syria

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Foreign Policy: The US military used depleted uranium in Iraq and Syria

Post by rocky on Fri 17 Feb 2017, 2:20 am

[size=30]Foreign Policy: The US military used depleted uranium in Iraq and Syria[/size]
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US officials confirmed that the US military used depleted uranium in Syria and Iraq, in spite of his pledge not to do so, but the US Central Command and the Air Force have denied use of depleted uranium in the beginning and then presented different versions, including recognition in last October to use this article
The officials pointed out, according to Foreign Policy magazine that the US military launched munitions containing depleted uranium to thousands of times during the two raids on major oil and gas trucks seized by the Daesh late 2015 in Syria
The newspaper said that these weapons were used for the first time during the invasion of Iraq in 2003 when the use of depleted uranium have been hundreds of thousands of times which raised the ire of local communities after they caused this toxic substances birth defects and cancers disease.


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