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BOSNIA BALKANS SYNDROM
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January 16, 2001 
A Portuguese expert measures radiation level outside the war-destroyed Sarajevo's maternity hospital... 
Sarajevo, Bosnia 
PORTUGUESE EXPERT MEASURES RADIATION LEVEL OUTSIDE HOSPITAL USED BY ITALIAN NATO FORCES IN SARAJEVO. 
A Portuguese expert measures radiation level outside the war-destroyed Sarajevo's maternity hospital January 16, 2001 which was used by Italian NATO pacekeepers as their base. Facts are replacing emotions and science is supporting NATO's contention that depleted uranium does not cause cancer, a NATO official said as alliance medical chiefs met to discus the controversy. The controversy, which took off with a momentum that stunned the NATO allies, began with reports from Italy that six soldiers had died of leukemia.

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