February 16, 2010 Leave a comment
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Baroness Jenny Tonge, a Liberal Democrat frontbencher in Britain, has been sacked as the party’s health spokeswoman after urging an inquiry into charges that Israeli forces in Haiti harvested the organs of victims, British media outlets reported Saturday. Read more of this post
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