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Published on Apr 13, 2011
It has been claimed NATO forces in Libya have used depleted uranium in their attacks -- a substance which causes cancer and mutations in those affected. Libyan rebels could be seen climbing on a tank to celebrate one of the coalition's latest successful strikes, unaware of the silent killer they may have been breathing in. Depleted uranium in military terms is highly efficient -- relatively cheap and powerful enough to penetrate the heaviest armor. NATO flatly denies its use in Libya. Investigative journalist Dave Lindorff is not surprised by NATO's denial...