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U.S. military lied, then admitted using depleted uranium in Syria

After initially promising not to use depleted uranium munitions against targets in Syria, the Pentagon has admitted thousands of DU rounds were fired by U.S. warplanes against Islamic State oil transport convoys on two separate occasions in late 2015.

Op-Ed: WHO refuses to release reports on DU and cancer in Iraq

Baghdad - The issue of cancer and the use of Depleted Uranium in munitions during the Iraq war dates back to 2004. In 2013 WHO still refuses to release reports and relevant information about the incidence of cancer in effected areas of Iraq.

Syria: Israel used depleted uranium shells in air strike

Damascus - RT is reporting that a senior Syrian official at the Syrian military facility attacked by the Israeli Air Force said Israel used a "new type of weapon" in its last air strike. The official alleged that Israel used depleted uranium shells in the attack.

Video: Military training area in heart of ancestral Hawai'i

On the island of Hawai'i, right in the heart of ancestral lands, lies the Pohakuloa Training Area. Depleted uranium is present in this area, as well as at the Schofield Barracks on O'ahu. Something needs to be done to stop this.

US munitions linked to 'staggering rise' in Iraqi birth defects

Fallujah - A recently published study has reported a "staggering rise" in birth defects and miscarriages among babies and women living in parts of Iraq that were heavily exposed to toxic metals as a result of the US-led invasion and occupation of that country.

Op-Ed: How did 9/11 aeroplanes cause DU-like sickness and cancers?

New York - 9/11 independent investigators report the spread of cancers which are consistent with Depleted Uranium exposure. How would the crashing or passenger aeroplanes into the World Trade Center and into the Pentagon cause such exposure?

New study: Fallujah birth defects reach epidemic levels

Fallujah - New research set to be published this week shows birth defects of newborn babies in the Iraqi city of Fallujah have reached epidemic proportions since the city was annihilated six years ago by the US military.

Op-Ed: After Years of Use, The Dangers of U.S. Munitions Are Obvious

The use of chemical munitions -- such as Depleted Uranium (DU) and White Phosphorous -- in Fallujah in 2004 by the U.S. military appears to be linked to rising birth defects in Iraq and slowly killing thousands upon thousands of our own troops

The Real WMD's of Iraq: Depleted Uranium and its Nuclear Effect on Mankind

Depleted uranium. First used in the 1991 Gulf War this radioactive weaponry is leaving its mark & doing far more damage than we're being told. With a half life of 4.5 billion years, the radiation that now engulfs Iraq is staggering, and it is here to stay

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A U.S. Air Force A-10 fires its 30mm gatling gun during a training exercise.
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