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Depleted uranium

Suspect data

Malcolm Pittock, Bolton

ImageIn the issue of PN for October 2013, Gabriel

Defective survey?

Rachel Thompson, CADU

ImageThank you for the measured and logical article, ‘Campa

Campaigners allege Iraqi birth defects survey has been manipulated - but fail to back up claims

Was data from the Iraqi government's survey of birth defects manipulated?


Fallujah: a toxic legacy worse than Hiroshima?

On 24 July, the Independent reported the results of a questionnaire survey conducted in Fallujah in January and February.

Campaign Profile: Campaign Against Depleted Uranium

The Campaign Against Depleted Uranium (CADU) was launched in 1999 to focus specifically on trying to achieve a global ban on the manufacture, testing, and use of depleted uranium weapons.

Banking blood

In October, War on Want produced a major report on the involvement of major British banks in the arms trade.

DU site entered

On 13 March, civilian “weapons inspectors” entered Dundrennan test range, in south-west Scotland, during five days of test-firing of depleted uranium (DU) shells, something that has not happened fo

International law clears peace activists

In October a US jury found 19 peace activists not guilty after their trial for trespassing at a depleted uranium weapon maker's headquarters.

Message from Iraq

Just as springtime Baghdad shows - with the crumbling of sanctions - a faint glimpse of promise, however superficial, it is hard to believe that the threat of war is gathering again.