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BOSNIA BALKANS SYNDROME
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January 10, 2001 
A German soldier of the NATO-led peacekeeping force marks a site of ammunition suspected to be containing... 
Hadzici, Bosnia 
GERMAN PEACEKEEPER MARKS THE SITE OF SUSPECTED AMMUNITION IN HADZICI. 
A German soldier of the NATO-led peacekeeping force marks a site of ammunition suspected to be containing depleted uranium in Hadzici, Bosnia, January 10, 2001. Suspected ammunition was found in the country's major military maintenance centre in the Sarajevo suburb of Hadzici, the target of NATO air attacks in 1995. In the wake of the "Balkans Syndrome" which links exposure to depleted uranium used in armour-piercing missiles to leukemia, several NATO countries have asked the Alliance to ban the use of depleted uranium weaons, which were used in the Balkans.

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