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Published on Nov 5, 2012
The CIA described the Italian island of Sardinia in the 1960s, a "poor" land, thus easy to buy with a handful of jobs in the military bases. And it worked, with the results of creating a war-like zone with people living and working in or near these highly contaminated stations.
Such bases, experimental polygons and shooting ranges are officially under the NATO rule, and the Italian Army and government don't hold much decision power over them.
Sardinia houses 60 per cent of Italian military property, and today investigations are shedding light on serious health emergencies, such as cancers, tumors and birth defects in both humans and animals.