'Aids' Nurses Trailed Again In Tripoli Court
For the crime, of infecting 400 Libyan children with AIDS, five Bulgarian Nurses and a Palestinian doctor were trailed for the third session //in the Court of Appellations in Tripoli.
Lawyers team of the 5 nurses argued that what hospital aids made the outbreak possible since all the instrume...
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...Fort Dodge; Lisbon Community School District, Lisbon; Mercy Hospital of the Wheaton Franciscan Sisters, Oelwein; Quality Medical Services, Mason City; tripoli
Nursing Home, Tripoli; Young Plumbing and Heating, Waterloo; KANSAS: PKM Steel Service, Salina;
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AL 'Concerned' On Libya AIDS Sentence
...ts regarding the death sentences in Libya to Six persons convicted of infecting Libyan children with the HIV/AIDS virus//. AL also issued an appeal to tripoli
and Sofia not to politicize the trial.
The AL also expressed full sympathy underlining the need to be compassionate to the HIV-infected Libyan chi...
Libyan Lawyers For The HIV-positive Children Seek 15million Dinars As Compensation
...lab who is one of the lawyers while addressing the tripoli
court said, “I demand compensation of 15 million L...nce 1999, are innocent.
It was reported that tripoli
has informally suggested in meetings with diplomat... are of the opinion that the offer of aid may give tripoli
a face-saving opportunity to free the nurses.
HIV Retrial Case of Nurses Resumed
...l since 1999. Now the medics stand a retrial after the Court of Appeals in tripoli
overturned the death sentences on Dec. 25.
The session before the tripoli
court on Tuesday was the fourth hearing of the often-postponed retrial.
Bulgarian Nurses Involved In Infecting Libyan Children with AIDS Undergo Retrial
...ill now fifty-one of the children have died.
All six accused appealed and the court ordered a retrial, and scrapped the death sentences. Sofia and tripoli
have seeked help and raised funds to help the infected children. Spokesperson Idriss Lagha said that the AIDS-infected children would be sent to Frenc...