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Iraqi war airplanes killed Kurds escaped from the chemical strafe in 1988
Halabja, Iraq - Tens of bodies founded in a common grave near the town of Halabja
Tens of Kurd children, men and women escaped from the chemical weapon's strafe from Saddam Hussein in 1988, near Halabja, town 300 km from Baghdad, then would be died under the blows from the Iraqi war airplanes. The president of a Kurd board engaged against the chemical weapons has revealed it, after the sad recovery of a common grave containing tens of person corpses with had the own cloth, the last...
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