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BRITAIN US GULFWAR
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June 18, 2002
Hanna Thompson, 7, of Yeovil sucks her thumb as her mother Samantha
gives evidence to American congressmen...
London, UK
BRITISH GULF WAR VETERAN'S DAUGHTER ATTENDS HEARING WITH AMERICAN
CONGRESSMEN IN LONDON.
Hanna Thompson, 7, of Yeovil sucks her thumb as her mother Samantha
gives evidence to American congressmen investigating Gulf War Syndrome,
during an unprecedented parliamentary hearing in London, June 18, 2002.
Hanna's father Nigel, a British veteran of the Gulf War, died in
January 2002 of motor neurone disease. The evidence from the hearing is
being used as part of an investigation into undiagnosed illnesses which
affected 5,000 of 52,000 British troops sent to the Gulf in 1990.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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BRITAIN US GULFWAR
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June 18, 2002
Briton Samantha Thompson from Yeovil, widow of a British Gulf War
veteran, wipes her eye after giving...
London, UK
BRITISH GULF WAR VETERAN'S WIDOW SPEAKS TO VISITING U.S.CONGRESSMEN IN
LONDON.
Briton Samantha Thompson from Yeovil, widow of a British Gulf War
veteran, wipes her eye after giving a statement to an unprecedented
U.S. congressional committee hearing evidence relating to Gulf War
syndrome sufferes in London June 18, 2002. The evidence is being used
as part of its investigation into undiagnosed illnesses which affected
5,000 of 52,000 British troops sent to the Gulf in 1990. REUTERS/Chris
Helgren

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BRITAIN US GULFWAR
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June 18, 2002
Texan philanthropist Ross Perot listens as evidence is given on Gulf
War syndrome to an unprecedented...
London, UK
TEXAN PHILANTHROPIST PEROT LISTENS TO TESTIMONY ON GULF WAR SYNDROME IN
LONDON.
Texan philanthropist Ross Perot listens as evidence is given on Gulf
War syndrome to an unprecedented U.S. congressional committee hearing
in London, June 18, 2002. The evidence is being used as part of an
investigation into undiagnosed illnesses which affected 5,000 of 52,000
British troops sent to the Gulf in 1990. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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BRITAIN US GULFWAR
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June 18, 2002
U.S. Congressman Bernie Sanders listens to witnesses during an
unprecedented British parliamentary hearing...
London, UK
U.S. CONGRESSMAN SANDERS LISTENS TO EVIDENCE ON GULF WAR SYNDROME IN
LONDON.
U.S. Congressman Bernie Sanders listens to witnesses during an
unprecedented British parliamentary hearing on Gulf War Syndrome in
London, June 18, 2002. The evidence is being used as part of an
investigation into undiagnosed illnesses which affected 5,000 of 52,000
British troops sent to the Gulf in 1990. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

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IRAQ
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October 12, 1994
Stateless Kuwaiti Bedouin women hold up signs in their tent camp near the Iraqi-Kuwait border October...
Basra, Iraq
Stateless Kuwaiti Bedouin women hold up signs in their tent camp near the Iraqi-Kuwait border Octobe.....
Stateless Kuwaiti Bedouin women hold up signs in their tent camp near the Iraqi-Kuwait border October 12. The signs read"We want to return home". The Bedouins were expelled from Kuwait during the Gulfwar and have remained in limbo on the border ever since
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