Bird Flu Monitor > Editorial: A Medical-Legal Travesty in Libya
[Pandemic Virus Facts and Information] Editorial: A Medical-Legal Travesty in Libya The New York Times - October 14, 2006 http://www.aegis.org/news/nyt/2006/NYT061009.html Five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor are facing the death penalty in [A href='http://ww2.aegis.org/countries/libya.h .
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