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[casi] The War on Iraq Ends but......................

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Depleted Uranium in Iraq
The War Ends, the
Contamination Continues...

A talk by:
Damacio Lopez
International Depleted
Uranium Study Team (IDUST)

Damacio Lopez is a native of Socorro, New Mexico and has been involved in organising the community 
there against nearby explosive testing of DU
weapons. He is executive director of IDUST and has travelled to Iraq to take radiation 
contamination measurements. Lopez is also the author of ‘Friendly Fire: The Link between Depleted 
Uranium Munitions and Human Health Risks’.

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7pm Friday 25th July

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