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Iraq Birth Defectsi
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Sebastian Meyer
December 18, 2012 4:30 PM
The Iraqi city of Fallujah is now experiencing an alarming increase in birth defects. A recently-published medical study indicates that exposure to toxic metals from U.S. munitions could be responsible, though the Pentagon denies the claim. Sebastian Meyer reports.

Iraq Birth Defects

Sebastian Meyer

Published December 18, 2012

The Iraqi city of Fallujah is now experiencing an alarming increase in birth defects. A recently-published medical study indicates that exposure to toxic metals from U.S. munitions could be responsible, though the Pentagon denies the claim. Sebastian Meyer reports.


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