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Fund being raised for treatment to HIV positive Libyan kid

Libyan children who got HIV transmitted through contaminated blood will have his disease treated from the fund which is pouring in from Bulgaria and European Union. The child was contaminated with the blood products due to the ignorance of Bulgarian nurses and a physician. // ....The verdict of the case is in the Libyan Supreme court and has accepted raising fund for the treatment of the child....

HIV Infected Libyan Children, Jetted To France For Treatment

426 Libyan children who were infected with the AIDS virus are taken to France for treatment. ..A team of Five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor caused this tragedy, which shook the entire world. // ..They were found guilty of transfusing HIV contaminated blood to these children. ..The event occurred in Benghazi hospital, Libya. ..The Libyan Supreme Court found the accused guilty and c...

Libyan HIV retrial in May

According to Libyan officials the five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor accused of infecting hundreds of Libyan children with HIV will face a new trial next month.// .. ..The sources in the Bulgarian foreign ministry said the trial in Libya would begin on 11 May. ....The retrial follows the December verdict of Libya's Supreme Court overturning the death sentences for the medics who say...

Bulgarian Nurses Involved In Infecting Libyan Children with AIDS Undergo Retrial

In 1999 five Bulgarian nurses along with a Palestinian doctor were accused of infecting Libyan children with AIDS. They were found guilty of infecting 426 children with AIDS contaminated blood at a local hospital. // Following which they were given the death penalty. But on Christmas their penalty were quashed. Till now fifty-one of the children have died. ..All six accused appealed and the cou...

Libyan Lawyers For The HIV-positive Children Seek 15million Dinars As Compensation

The lawyers acting on behalf of hundreds of HIV-positive Libyan children have stated that each child should receive 15 million dinars ($11.6 million) in compensation. // ....The lawyers had made their claim in court on Tuesday, which was retrying six foreign medics who have been accused of deliberately infecting the children. It is to be stated that this is the first time since the retrial of th...

World Leaders React to Libyan Court Decision

World Leaders have expressed their shock and disappointment on hearing the news about a Libyan court's decision to re-impose the death //sentences on five Bulgarian nurses and one Palestinian doctor for supposedly deliberately infecting hundreds of children with HIV. ..George Bush has expressed his "disappointment" to Georgi Parvanov, the Bulgarian President. He added that the Bulgaria's attempt...

Six Medicos in Libyan HIV Case Plead Not Guilty

On the fourth hearing of the HIV case in Libya involving five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor, the medicos pleaded not guilty//. They also claimed that they were tortured brutally to give false testimonies. ..The six medicos were sentenced to jail in 1999 when they were accused of starting an HIV epidemic in a hospital in Benghazi in Libya. But according to scientists, the infections h...
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