German news: NATO forces used depleted uranium weapons in Libya

Said Christophe Horst German journalist and an expert in political affairs, said NATO forces are using some types of depleted uranium weapons to strike targets in Libya.

The expert said in an interview with the Agency "Novelist" that the United States and its allies have a variety of weapons, but all anti-armor weapons containing depleted uranium.

He added that the weight Horsiest some of the bombs that fell on Libyan territory was about tinnitus. He explained that the depleted uranium turns during the bomb blast, a toxic gas that can cause cancer in humans, adding that the toxicity of these gases is not able to have children unharmed. The expert called for an immediate halt to military operations in Libya and to refrain from the use of depleted uranium weapons.