Interview: Author Abdulhaq Al-Ani

Interview with author of Uranium in Iraq on the rising number of cancer patients.

    Iraqis living to the south of Baghdad have blamed depleted uranium from US military equipment for causing a rise in the number of cancer cases.

    Iraqi researchers and some Western scientists believe radiation is responsible for the increase in cancer and birth defects in the country,

    Mosab Jasim interviews Abdulhaq Al-Ani, author of Uranium in Iraq, for more analysis.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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