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[casi] Jo Wilding, anti war, anti sanction actvist on way back to UK

Jo Wilding , Bristol anti war activist, is on her way back to the UK from
Apparently Jo was in Jordan last night (Monday) and is on a plane now headed
back to the UK
Also see below report re bus carrying activists being bombed this am

Last Updated:  Tuesday, 1 April, 2003, 12:18 GMT 13:18 UK

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Iraq latest: At-a-glance

BBC News Online charts the latest developments in the Iraq conflict.
[All times GMT and approximate]

Tuesday, 1 April

1202: Arabic television channel Al-Jazeera says Iraqis have foiled a
"landing attempt" by British forces at Khirbat al-Wa'r village in northern
Iraq, west of Mosul.

1100: Several people were wounded when a US warplane bombed two Iraqi buses
carrying international volunteers, some of them American, who were operating
as "human shields", Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf says.
There is no confirmation of this.

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