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[casi-analysis] casi-news digest, Vol 1 #68 - 2 msgs

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   1. Spain, Honduras-Norway to follow? (
   2. Who will speak out? (


Message: 1
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 06:06:55 EDT
Subject: Spain, Honduras-Norway to follow?

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Norway out of Iraq soon

Carin Pettersson 07.04.04 13:13

Norway will probably pull out its forces from Iraq within a couple of months,
stated Foreign Minister Jan Petersen after meetings with the UN in New York
City Tuesday.

Pleaes Visit also:  www.apm-ram


Message: 2
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 06:10:45 EDT
Subject: Who will speak out?

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I recently posted a Guardian article asking which MPs would speak out against
the crimes being committed by US forces in Fallujah. Today they published a
letter in response:

Ronan Bennett asks "Who will speak out" about Falluja (Comment, April 17)?
Answer: none of them! They are a shower of spineless bastards. Edit that how you
Stuart Parker

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