Iraq Coalition Casualty Statistics/Depleted Uranium

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The following are links related to Iraq Coalition Casualty Statistics and Illness due to Depleted Uranium (DU).

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  • 30 March 2003: "US Forces' Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons is 'Illegal'" by Neil Mackay, Sunday Herald (Scotland).
  • 17 April 2003: "Scientists Urge Shell Clear-Up to Protect Civilians. Royal Society spells out dangers of depleted uranium" by Paul Brown, Guardian/UK.
  • 15 May 2003: "Remains of Toxic Bullets Litter Iraq. The Monitor finds high levels of radiation left by US armor-piercing shells" by Scott Peterson, Christian Science Monitor.
  • 15 June 2003: "Depleted Uranium Arms Pose Risks to Troops, Residents" by Barbara Borst, AP.
  • 22 July 2003: "Warning of Toxic Aftermath from Uranium Munitions" by Anthony Cardinale, Buffalo News.
  • 3 August 2003: "Looted and For Sale in Iraq: The Deadly Core of Nuclear Weapons. Exclusive: Potentially lethal radioactive sources missing from Saddam's biggest N-plant" by David Pratt and Felicity Arbuthnot, Sunday Herald (Scotland).
  • 4 August 2003: "War's Unintended Effects. Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons Lingers as Health Concern" by Larry Johnson, Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
  • 12 September 2003: "Iraq: Experts Warn of Radioactive Battlefields" by Katherine Stapp, Inter Press Services.
  • 16 September 2003: "Mystery pneumonia toll may be much higher" by Mark Benjamin, UPI.
  • 2 October 2003: "Outbreak of pneumonia-like symptoms in US troops serving in Iraq", The Herald/UK.
  • 14 December 2003: "Depleted uranium causing high radioactivity levels", Observer/UK.
  • 14 December 2003: "Army shells pose cancer risk in Iraq. Depleted uranium causing high radioactivity levels", by Antony Barnett, Guardian/UK.
  • 9 February 2004, "Warning of Uranium Contamination Risks to NGO Staff, Coalition Forces, Foreign Contract Personnel and Civilians in Iraq", Uranium Medical Research Centre (UMRC).

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