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Libya’s Gaddafi suggests spy link in HIV case

Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi on Friday defended a court’s decision to sentence five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor to death for infecting more than 400 children with HIV, but said mystery surrounded the case. “It is unimportant that the medics are sentenced to death or not — if they committed a crime and are sentenced to death, that is the court’s decision,” Gaddafi told a gathering of officials, religious leaders and reporters in Tripoli. “The important thing is why the medical team injected the children with AIDS. Who ordered you — was it Libyan intelligence, American intelligence, Israeli intelligence or Bulgarian intelligence? This is what we have to find out.” Full Story

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