Canadian veterans demand accountability over medication

Canadian military veterans say they were required to take an antimalarial drug with serious side effects, including brain damage.

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    A class-action lawsuit brought on behalf of Canadian military veterans has been put on hold.

    The former soldiers say they were required to take an antimalarial drug with serious side effects, including brain damage.

    They blame the Canadian government for a lack of support.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Lak reports from Ottawa, Canada.


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