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For Immediate Release
May 27, 2004

Polish and Phillipine Militaries Work with Iraqis to Distribute Medicine
Iraq Fact of the Day

The Polish Humanitarian Assistance Coordination Center recently distributed medicine to health departments in Karbala, Hilla, and Al Kut. Additional medicine was provided to the Philippine Military, whose doctors are assisting Iraqis in local communities. The center coordinates with the Polish Army, the Coalition Provisional Authority, and Iraqis -- illustrating one of the many ways coalition nations and Iraqis work together to improve the lives of the Iraqi people.

Source: Coalition Provisional Authority

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