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Russia 'to kill Iraq kidnappers'

by Mark5019 / June 28, 2006 9:54 AM PDT

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered special services to "find and destroy" the killers of four Russian diplomats taken hostage in Iraq.
The head of Russia's security services immediately pledged to see Putin's order carried out.

The Russian government confirmed the four men's deaths this week, after an insurgent group released a video showing two of them being killed.

The group had demanded Russia leave Chechnya and release Muslim prisoners.

However much time and effort it requires, we will work to this end

Russian security chief, Nikolai Patrushev
"The President gave the order to Russian special services to take all measures for finding and eliminating the criminals who carried out the murder of Russian diplomats in Iraq", the Interfax news agency quoted the Kremlin's press service as saying.

maybe if they helped instead of condemening
who knows but to blame us its typical blame everyone but yourself:(

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/5125416.stm

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The Russian Lower House
by grimgraphix / June 28, 2006 2:34 PM PDT

Who seemingly blames the US with the statement...

"The whole responsibility for the situation in Iraq, including guaranteeing the security of its citizens, and also foreign specialists, as before lies on the occupying powers,"...

is much like the US house of representatives. Their members have shorter terms and less prestige than those of the upper house... thus they are prone to making outrageous statements for the sake of grandstanding... Much like our house members do Wink

As it stands... I hope the Russian special services do a better job of coordinating any operations in Iraq with the US, especially after the Italian services rescue operations that resulted in the death of one of their ops members and the wounding of the rescued reporter.

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i agree
by Mark5019 / June 28, 2006 2:36 PM PDT

and if the italians didnt pay off or help the baddys

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What, no trial. What...
by null. / June 28, 2006 4:48 PM PDT

about their rights.
Are they going to go after Osama as well.

Don Erickson

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blame everyone but yourself
by JP Bill / June 28, 2006 10:18 PM PDT

And you blame the Russians?

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