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Free At Last

The five Bulgarian nurses and the Palestinian doctor accused, convicted, and sentenced to death for deliberately infecting more than 400 Libyan children with HIV, despite genetic evidence to the contrary, are finally free. The medical workers were released from Libya through an extradition process after negotiations and reparation payment. Upon their arrival in Sofia, the Bulgarian president pardoned the workers.

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