Iraqi Kurd Kamal Jalal, 47, sits next to an oxygen machine which helps him breath, at his home in the Kurdish town of Halabja on March 12. As a teenager Kamal Jalal saw two of his sisters killed when dictator Saddam Hussein's forces launched a gas attack on the town. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Saddam’s toxic legacy still poisons tragic town of Halabja, 30 years after gas atrocity

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Iraqi Kurd Kamal Jalal, 47, sits next to an oxygen machine which helps him breath, at his home in the Kurdish town of Halabja on March 12. As a teenager Kamal Jalal saw two of his sisters killed when dictator Saddam Hussein's forces launched a gas attack on the town. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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