Libya Sentences Foreigners to Death in HIV Case A Libyan court sentences five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor to death on charges that they deliberately infected more than 400 children with HIV in a Libyan hospital.
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Libya Sentences Foreigners to Death in HIV Case

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Libya Sentences Foreigners to Death in HIV Case

Libya Sentences Foreigners to Death in HIV Case

Libya Sentences Foreigners to Death in HIV Case

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A Libyan court sentences five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor to death on charges that they deliberately infected more than 400 children with HIV in a Libyan hospital.

Albena Shkodrova, of the Balkan Investigative Reporting Network, talks with Renee Montagne about the case.