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U.S. authorities investigate as many as 11 deaths at veterans hospital

Reuters Wednesday, 28 August 2019
U.S. authorities are investigating suspicious deaths at a veterans hospital in West Virginia, the Veterans Affairs department said on Tuesday, and a U.S. senator said the probe may involve up to 11 deaths.
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Authorities are investigating suspicious deaths at a veterans hospital in West Virginia, the Veterans Affairs department said on Tuesday, and a U.S. senator says the probe may involve up to 11 deaths. Gavino Garay reports.

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