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May 25, 2011

KOREA: Chemical dumping claims growing

Chemical dumping claims growing “One order I had received was to remove all remaining supplies of dioxin,” wrote Anderson, who said he served with the U.S. 2nd Infantry Division between 1977 and 1978. Three other U.S. veterans, including Steve House, said in an...
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Report critical of Tenn. midstate VA hospitals

Report critical of Tenn. midstate VA hospitals The Tennessean reports that the Office of the Inspector General survey comes two years after the Veterans Affairs hospital in Murfreesboro was cited for potentially exposing thousands of vets to infection from unclean colonoscopy...
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Monsanto in Uganda: Farmers reject genetically engineered seed

Farmers reject genetically engineered seed Haidee Swanby, a researcher for the African Centre for Biosafety said that the purpose of multinationals who have acquired rights to produce GMOs is to make profits by controlling the rights of propagation, making the small-scale farmers...
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KOREA: Agent Orange Claim By Ariz. Vet Sparks Protest

Agent Orange Claim By Ariz. Vet Sparks Protest Protesters are now camped outside Camp Carroll military base near Daegu, South Korea. The group has grown to about 50 protesters and they say their numbers will continue to increase. The Korean citizens are demanding answers and...
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