Workers World, Aug. 21, 2003, “Another War Crime? Iraqi Cities ‘Hot’ With Depleted Uranium,” by Sara Flounders, at IAC

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, August 4, 2003, “War’s Unintended Effects: Use of Depleted Uranium Weapons Lingers As Health Concern,” by Larry Johnson, Foreign Desk Editor

The Buffalo News [New York], July 22, 2003, “Warning of Toxic Aftermath from Uranium Munitions,” by Anthony Cardinale

Sydney Morning Herald [Australia], June 23,2003, “Troops show uranium sickness signs, claims expert”

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 22, 2003, “Iraqis curse 'silver bullet,' fear illness from radioactive contamination,” by Moni Basu

In These Times, June 20, 2003, “Weapon of Mass Deception: What the Pentagon doesn't want us to know about depleted uranium,” by Frida Berrigan

Associated Press, June 15, 2003, “Uranium-based weapons warning: Experts cite kidney and environmental damage”

Associated Press, June 14, 2003, “Depleted Uranium Arms May Post Risks”

The Baltimore Sun, June 8, 2003, “Assessing America’s nuclear detritus: Uranium: The use of radioactive ordnance is cheered by U.S. military officials but decried by health officials overseas,” Special to The Sun by Deborah Blum.

Associated Press, June 3, 2003, “Birth Defects Seen in Gulf War Vets' Kids,” by Suzanne Gamboa, Associated Press Writer

BBC, 3 June, 2003, “UK troops’ depleted uranium tests ‘invalid’”

PANOS [UK], May 30, 2003, “Depleted uranium: weapon of (long-term) mass destruction,” by Felicity Arbuthnot

BBC News Online, May 23, 2003, “Afghans' uranium levels spark alert,” by Alex Kirby

The Christian Science Monitor, May 15, 2003, “Remains of toxic bullets litter Iraq; The Monitor finds high levels of radiation left by US armor-piercing shells,” by Scott Peterson, Staff writer

The Christian Science Monitor, May 15, 2003, “Less DU in this war?” by Scott Peterson

The Guardian, Aprul 25, 2003, “Uranium hazard prompts cancer check on troops,” by Paul Brown, environment correspondent.

Wired Magazine [USA], March 10, 2003, “U.S. Stocking Uranium-Rich Bombs?,” by Elliot Borin

Sunday Herald [Scotland], February 16, 2003, “Gaffe exposes monitoring sham: Ministry of Defense admits officer's slip-up is ‘unhelpful’” by Rob Edwards

Chicago Tribune, March 2, 2003, “Aftereffects of U.S. arsenal debated: Doctors in southern Iraqi towns say cancer, birth defects along ‘Highway of Death’ are result of 1991 war,” by Christine Spolar.

San Francisco Chronicle, January 13, 2003, “Iraq links cancers to uranium weapons / U.S. likely to use arms again in war,” by Robert Collier, Chronicle Staff Writer

The Seattle Times, January 9, 2003, “Navy’s ammo has environmentalists, others up in arms,” by Ray Rivera and Craig Welch, Seattle Times staff reporters

Chicago Sun Times, Dec. 31, 2002, “Burning semen haunts Gulf War vets,” by Jim Ritter, health reporter.

Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 20, 2002, “A ‘Silver Bullet’s’ Toxic Legacy: If U.S. fights Iraq, it would use a weapons that left a radioactive trail in Gulf War,” by Scott Peterson

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Nov. 12, 2002, “Iraqi Cancers, Birth Defects Blamed on U.S. Depleted Uranium,” by Larry Johnson

Le Monde Diplomatique, March 2002, “Depleted Uranium In Bunker Bombs, America’s big dirty secret,” by Robert J. Parsons email: