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 ハーグアピール平和会議'99(the Hague Appeal for Peace '99 conference)のワ
ンフレット(Laka Foundation)がインターネットで公開されました。



Depleted Uranium: a by-product of the nuclear chain
Depleted Uranium weapons: Lessons from the 1991 Gulf War
Gulf War Veterans and Depleted Uranium
The next testing site for Depleted Uranium weaponry
Thoughts of the first British Gulf War Veteran found poisoned with Depleted
The health of the Iraqi People
Uranium pollution from the Amsterdam 1992 plane crash
Organisations involved in campaigns against Depleted Uranium
  Military Toxics Project
  Campaign Against Depleted Uranium
  International Action Centre
  Swords to Plowshares
  Laka Foundation


In the course of the preparations for the Hague Appeal for Peace '99
conference, Laka decided to make a brochure about the use of depleted
uranium in conventional weaponry and its consequences. The idea was born
because of the short time reserved during the session for the presentation
of all details about depleted uranium (DU). Although the word "depleted
uranium" may suggest no harmful impact from radiation, this brochure will
clarify the real radiotoxic (and chemotoxic) properties of DU.

Laka asked several "insiders" to take part in the completion of the
brochure. Thanks to their efforts, we have been able to present
well-documented articles for activists, scientists, scholars and students to
share with them valuable information about the hazardous impact of DU
contamination and its consequences on human health and the environment.
Taking notice of the growing military use of DU, we must consider not only
the increased threats of radioactive battlefields but also the whole dirty
cycle in the uranium industry connected with the DU technology and its
impact on health and the environment in the surroundings of test areas and
in the uranium industry itself.

This brochure was completed thanks to Felicity Arbuthnot, Rosalie Bertell,
Ray Bristow, Peter Diehl, Dan Fahey, Daniel Robicheau, Campaign against DU
(CADU) and the Military Toxics Project. The contents of all the
contributions are under the responsibility of the authors.

Laka Foundation
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
May 1999


DOD and RAND Release Report on Health Effects of Depleted Uranium
WASHINGTON, April 15, 1999 (GulfLINK)

A Review of the Scientific Literature as it Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses:
Volume 7 Depleted Uranium


du-listからもう一つ([aml 12431]の関連情報):


Department Of The Navy
Headquarters United States Marine Corps
2 Navy Annex
Washington, DC 20380-1775
Ms. Tara Thornton
The Military Toxics Project
P.O. Box 558
Lewiston, ME 04243-0558
Dear Ms. Thornton:
I am responding to the referral of your Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
request of February 2, 1999, for information that pertains to U.S. military
bases overseas and U.S./NATO training areas. You requested to know what
bases/training areas and/or firing ranges overseas have used depleted
uranium munitions and/or tanks with armor made of depleted uranium, to
include the U.S. training area of Grafenwoehr, Germany. Your request was
directed to this Headquarters for action as it pertains to the Marine Corps
on February 8, 1999.
The locations overseas are Torii Shima (W-176) Island, Okinawa and Live
Impact Area (LIA), Vieques, Puerto Rico.
Fees for providing this information have been waived under the current
provisions of the FOIA.
B.L. Thompson
Head, Freedom of Information and Private Acts Section
Administration and Resource Management
By direction of the Commandant of the Marine Corps

 MARUYAMA K.  kaymaru@jca.apc.org

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