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even though it is too early to establish the damages caused by the Operation Desert Fox in 1991 by us and uk forces in Iraq, uk -based newspaper Guardian has thrown some light on it. This was for the first time that heavy metal-depleted uranium was used in a battlefield. Iraq provided a testing ground for planting millions of genetic bombs which have been exploding since it was attacked. The report from Iraq carries pictures of deformed babies and says the number of such births have increased many times since Gulf War, reports Guardian.
Depleted uranium is a by-product of nuclear weapons and power generation programmes. According to the us Department of Defence, at least 40 tonnes of depleted uranium was left on the battlefield of Iraq. The explosions have affected plant life too. Depleted uranium has a long radioactive life and as a result, the food chain has been affected.
An Iraqi doctor was quoted by the newspaper: "They say it is all Iraqi propaganda. But wait and see, it is not just the Iraqi's who will find out the truth very soon."