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Hello all, remember the UNICEF 1999 discussion? I also wrote to UNICEF, and you can follow the discussion and the new link to the report. Greetings. Dirk. Subject: Re: Where is the 1999 UNICEF report??? You can find the Iraq report at the following link: http://www.childinfo.org/iraq.htm Best regards, Rita A. Wallace UNICEF Media Section New York Media NYHQ-DOC To: "Dirk Adriaensens" 09/23/2002 <firstname.lastname@example.org> 02:21 PM cc: Subject: Re: Where is the 1999 UNICEF report???(Document link: NYHQ-DOC Media) We do apologize. It is indeed an unfortunate time for these pages to be down. We're working on getting them back up immediately. Best regards, Rita A. Wallace UNICEF Media Section New York "Dirk Adriaensens" <dirk.adriaensens@ To: <email@example.com> skynet.be> cc: Subject: Where is the 1999 UNICEF report??? 09/21/2002 05:36 PM Hello, What happened to the 1999 UNICEF report on Iraq: http://www.unicef.org/reseval/iraqr.html ??? Child and Maternal Mortality Survey 1999: Preliminary Report (July, August 1999). Is this a mistake or can you tell me why you removed that particular report from the website? You know that this report is a major argument in the Iraq debate. Knowing that, I think it is a criminal action to remove the report, because it helps the forces that want to invade Iraq. And the timing is crucial. Why remove the report now? Can you reply me with a decent answer, please? An incensed peace activist and media-watcher. Dirk Adriaensens (Belgium). _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk