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Mormon Tabernacle Choir Benefit Concert Helps Colorado Disabled Iraqi War Veteran and National Sports Center for the Disabled Athletes

--Monday, June 29, 2009 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre-- --Choir's first appearance in 25 years at Red Rocks -- DENVER, June 4 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) will host a benefit concert by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Sq...

An International Design Team has Been Selected for an Iraqi Hospital to Transform Healthcare in the Middle East

The team includes Rees Associates, Inc., OMMA Healthcare, LLC and Medical Equipment Solutions International. This team will be strongly supported by OMMA's Middle East division, OMMA Projects-Middle East, and the Iraqi construction firm of Qimmat Al Nidhal Construction. The Governorate of Baghda...

Photos: Los Angeles Non Profit Teams With US Troops Stationed in Baghdad and Buaytha in Bringing a 5-Year-Old Blind Iraqi Girl, Whose Father Stands Beside US Combat Team Against Al Qaeda, to the US for a Groundbreaking Artificial Corneal Transplant Surger

LOS ANGELES, May 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- 5-year-old Noor came to the attention of the Battalion Commander of the 3rd Infantry Division's 1st Battalion, 30th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team through an unfortunate shooting incident from a US military helicopter that resulted in ...

Dr. Said Hakki, President of Iraqi Red Crescent Organization, in the United States and Available for Interviews May 12-16

Able to discuss IRCO's Neighborhood Reconstruction Program to normalize up to 600,000 internally displaced residents of Baghdad into self-sustaining neighborhoods WASHINGTON, May 6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Dr. Said Hakki, president of the Iraqi Red Crescent Organi...

The SCOOTER Store Donates Power Wheelchair as a Birthday Gift to Iraqi War Hero

Gift of Mobility To Make Life Easier for Double Amputee MEDIA ADVISORY FOR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2007 WHO: Army Specialist Thomas Graham, 24, recent Iraqi War Veteran and double amputee Jennifer Hooks, Account Manager, at The SCOOTER Store, Baltimore location WHAT: The deliv...

UK Army Personnel Involved in Iraqi Invasion Not at Risk from Depleted Uranium

Army personnel involved in the Iraqi invasion of 2003 have not absorbed dangerous levels of depleted uranium, finds research published ahead of print in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Depleted uranium is used in military combat to pierce armoured vehicles, and spontaneously combu...

Indian, Iraqi Medics may Face Terror Stigma Overseas

Overseas doctors, especially Indians, Jordanians and Iraqis, will face prejudice in the wake of the June 29 and 30 failed bomb attacks in London and Glasgow. According to the medical journal Lancet, there is a danger of such incidents being used as an excuse to discriminate against oversea...

Art of Living Foundation to Train Iraqi Youths

Iraq has decided to send youths to learn meditation from Indian spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, who ended a path-breaking visit to the war-hit country Thursday with a trip to the holy city of Najaf. Impressed by the Art of Living Foundation, Iraqi Youth Minister Jasin Mohammed Jaffer ...

Top Iraqi Shiite Leader Returns Home

Powerful Shiite politician Abdel Aziz al-Hakim returned to Iraq's holy city of Najaf on Friday after receiving treatment for cancer in Tehran. Hakim, the head of one of the most powerful parties in the parliament, spent nearly two weeks abroad in a trip that included medical tests in the Un...

Journal of Craniofacial Surgery Publishes Research by Iraqi Surgeons

In a society struggling to rebuild after years of dictatorship and war, Iraqi craniofacial and plastic surgeons will play a critical role // in treating many of the most serious injuries caused by the ongoing conflict in that country. An important step forward was last year's "Kuwait Plast 2005" me...

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Iraqi in Biological News

'World Energy Outlook' to be presented at Rice University Dec. 9

...ed in the collapse of world oil prices in 1986. In Riyadh, he also reported on the development of the Saudi petrochemical industry and held talks with iraqi officials then working to build the first Iraq pipeline in Saudi Arabia. Jones has a bachelor's degree in mathematics with distinction from Harvey...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

...civilized societies. Although outlawed by several international treaties, some countries have used chemical agents during times of war. In 1988, the iraqi Kurdish village of Halabja was exposed to multiple chemical agents, killing about 5,000 of the town's 50,000 residents. After the incident, traces of ...

American Society for Microbiology honors Regina S. Van Brakle

...iding quantitative Hepatitis C viral load testing to the entire Army. Furthermore, the laboratory has been deeply involved in the support of Operation iraqi Freedom. In 2003, Ms. Van Brakle's team quickly recognized the emergence of multi-drug resistant Acinetobacter in traumatic wounds suffered by return...

Iraq's marshes show progress toward recovery

...r the collapse of the Hussein regime in April 2003--and noted some reestablishment of native plants. Subsequent monitoring, done in collaboration with iraqi scientists, estimated overall ecosystem health. Richardson and Hussain report that 39 percent of the former extent of the marshes had been reflooded b...
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Air Force Chief Master Sergeant Rod McKinley (U.S. Air Force Retired) Joins MicroTech as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships

...Hawaii. He also served overseas in the Philippines, Italy and Germany, and deployed to Southwest Asia in support of operations Enduring Freedom and iraqi Freedom . Before assuming the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force position, he served as Command Chief Master Sergeant, Pacific Air Forces, Hickam ...

Video: Turning Hope Into Reality - VA Research to Restore Veterans' Abilities

...d dexterity of the natural limb." A different kind of prosthesis helped Luke Cassidy, a Veteran who lost his left foot and right toe in Operation iraqi Freedom, to maintain his active lifestyle and a normal relationship with his young children. "I felt that I wasn't going to be able to function and be...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

...civilized societies. Although outlawed by several international treaties, some countries have used chemical agents during times of war. In 1988, the iraqi Kurdish village of Halabja was exposed to multiple chemical agents, killing about 5,000 of the town's 50,000 residents. After the incident, traces of ...

Researcher working on destruction of chemical weapons

...civilized societies. Although outlawed by several international treaties, some countries have used chemical agents during times of war. In 1988, the iraqi Kurdish village of Halabja was exposed to multiple chemical agents, killing about 5,000 of the town's 50,000 residents. After the incident, traces of ...

The Recession List - Top 10 Industries to Fly and Flop in 2008

...'s George Van Horn said that the military armored vehicle manufacturing industry was coming down from the intense investment in the early years of the iraqi occupation amidst growing public pressure to commence withdrawal of troops. This year, the sector is expected to decline by 22.9 percent. Following ...

Homewatch CareGivers Launches 2007 We Care For Veterans Campaign

...-home care services to disabled U.S. military veterans of any conflict, including service members from the recent Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation iraqi Freedom campaigns. Interested service members can sign up for the program through November 30th, 2007, by visiting http://www.HomewatchCareGivers.co...

The economy has come roaring back or is that roar just a purr?

...ncreases global prices and erodes what was once a cheap gas advantage for the U.S. economy. Despite the coming transfer of power to a provisional iraqi government, many Americans are still unnerved by the war in Iraq. They understand that progress is being made there schools, roads, hospitals and pow...
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Leaflets

...w.ethnoleaflets .com ... Iraq Art of War in the form of US leaflets dropped over Iraq in the run-up to and during the invasion phase of Operation iraqi Freedom Watch leaflets videos from all over the internet ... 20090415-Balloon Drop to North Korea with Leaflets and Cash ... BNP Leaflets Bla...
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