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to all you campaigners for the lifting of "non-military sanctions": let's hope that the GOI has enough arms left to conquer this bunch of criminals.
"After this attack, over 300 oil workers were arrested for interrogation. All workers of Kurdish and Turkoman ethnic origin were dismissed," the article says.
Could that be perhaps a good pretext for Bush to invade the country, because some human rights have been violated? And isn't it a good idea for the next report of AI?