Burn pit at U.S. Marine base in Afghanistan poses health risk -inspector

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Open-air burn pits at a U.S. Marine base in Afghanistan pose a health risk to the 13,500 military and civilian personnel there and are still in use despite the installation of four incinerators at a cost of $11.5 million, an inspector general said on Thursday.

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