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This is the new blog...CONFESSION ZERO
U.S. Gives Iraqi Hospitals Broken Promises in Place of Medicineby Dahr JamailWhile US authorities sit on billions in funds supposedly earmarked for rebuilding Iraq, civilian hospitals are overcrowded and understaffed, basic supplies are scarce and preventable diseases are spreading.Baghdad; July 5, 2004 – Despite promises of over $1 billion in US funding, hospital patients in Iraq continue to suffer ongoing hardship. Problems plaguing Iraqi hospitals fifteen months into what has been a brutal, bloody occupation range from ongoing medicine and equipment shortages to an overall lack of proper medical infrastructure.
As time has turned the union’s fate to powder,In lasting grasp the lovers tongue’s promptly fadedAnd the stroke of burning desire’s a thrashing ache.
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