Nurses, doctor in HIV case freed from Libya after deal

Associated Press, July 25, 2007 London - After eight years in prison
for allegedly infecting more than 400 Libyan children with the HIV
virus - charges widely viewed as a frame-up - five Bulgarian nurses and
a Palestinian doctor were freed yesterday. But not before the
government of Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi negotiated a settlement
with several European nations that ranged from $400 million in cash
payments for the children’s families to a pledge to help restore
Libya’s archaeological sites. ... Nurses