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Obama to Allow Forcing Doctors to Do Abortions, Says the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

...try. A doctor's right to conscience is essential to preserving the integrity of the profession, and we will continue to stand in defense of it." saddam Hussein ordered doctors to amputate the right hands of merchants who conducted business in dollars, and atrocities of the Holocaust were perpetrated b...

Toxic Chemicals Blamed for Gulf War Illness

...ten overused during the war, as well as a drug given to U.S. troops to protect them from nerve gas, a frequent weapon of choice of former Iraqi leader saddam Hussein. And no effective treatments have been devised for the disorder. Those are three key conclusions of a Congressionally mandated landmark ...

New Evidence Highlights Dangers of Mercury Toxicity in Fish

...one in the United States. The FDA's current mercury consumption guidelines are rooted in a study of the victims of a mass methylmercury poisoning in saddam Hussein's Iraq. While researchers from the University of Rochester and the World Health Organization wrote articles about the effects of mercury on th...

Researchers Pursuing Nasal Anthrax Vaccine

...ioterrorism weapon, as evidenced in 2001, when terrorists mailed letters containing anthrax spores to 22 U.S. men and women, five of whom died. Iraq's saddam Hussein developed anthrax spore-filled weapons, and Boris Yeltsin said the former Soviet Union had an anthrax weapons program far larger than pre-war ...

Character Test for Australian Visa Subjective

...unds of national interest . But strangely the Australian government has not moved against Oday Adnan Al Tekriti, 38, a cousin and bodyguard to saddam Hussein, who holds a temporary protection visa until 2008. The Administrative Appeals Tribunal had cleared Tekriti of criminal activity or hum...

Women in Iraq More Unsafe Than Ever

...of the Amal Organisation for Women in Baghdad. "I think this story will be absolutely repeated again." Kurds who had suffered the most under saddam Hussein are the most friendly ethnic group for the occupation forces. But obviously that does not make them more open to liberal values. If anyth...

'Hooded Horror': Death by Hanging

...– the last sleep? No it is the final awakening' - Walter Scott// In the early hours of 30th December 2006, the former president of Iraq, saddam Hussein, was sent to the gallows for the crimes he committed against humanity. Evidences point to the fact that he slaughtered 148 fellow countrymen, ...

Iraqi’s Gripped with Insecurit

... instability following the 2003 invasion the authors consider the impact of saddam Hussein's repressive rule, which differentially affected ethnic groups in I...fueled by high levels of xenophobia. Three years after the removal of saddam Hussein from power, Iraq remains at the forefront of political debate in th...

Saddam to Miss Court Session for Health Reasons

... Former Iraqi president saddam Hussein will miss the court session of his trial Monday due to his deteriorating health condition as a result of a hunger strike, a court// source sai...
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