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Arab Journalists Walk Out of Colin Powell's Press Conference...

by Blake Cook / March 19, 2004 4:08 PM PST

"BAGHDAD - Iraqi journalists walked out of a Baghdad news conference by Secretary of State Colin Powell on Friday in protest at the lack of security and the killing of two Iraqi journalists by U.S. troops...

About 30 Iraqi journalists quit the hall in anger at Thursday's shooting of two colleagues who worked for the Dubai-based satellite television channel Al Arabiya.

"We declare our condemnation of the incident which led to the killing of the two journalists...at the hands of the American forces," declared Najim al-Rubaie of Iraq's Distor daily as Powell and Iraq's U.S. governor Paul Bremer looked on.

Al Arabiya employees say U.S. soldiers fired on a car carrying an Arabiya crew on Thursday evening after another car ran through a checkpoint. Cameraman Ali Abdelaziz was killed and correspondent Ali al-Khatib died in hospital on Friday morning."

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Re:what a difference one word makes.....

#Arab journalists walked out of a news conference held by Powell in a protest against the shooting deaths of two Iraqi reporters#

but it also said "allegedly" by U.S. troops.

you are now judge and jury.....

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No US Military Denial...
by Blake Cook / March 19, 2004 6:01 PM PST
what a difference one word makes. but it also said "allegedly" by U.S. troops. - jonah jones

Hey buddy. How've you been???

You don't have to believe me or my link. A simple Google search will confirm the incident. The US military is not denying the incident. Of course you can choose to believe whatever you prefer regardless of the evidence. All free-thinking people have that right "allegedly"... Happy
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