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Monday, April 28, 2008

10 North Koreans killed in IAF strike on Syrian nuke plant

According to a report on a Japanese broadcaster's [link in Japanese. CiJ] web site, which is in turn based on South Korean intelligence, ten North Koreans were killed in September's IAF strike on a North Korean-built nuclear plant in Syria.
The 10 people, whose remains were cremated and returned to North Korea in October, had been helping with the construction of a nuclear reactor in Syria, Japan's public broadcaster said. Some North Koreans probably survived the air attack, NHK said.
Too bad.


At 1:50 PM, Blogger etabori said...

Hizbullah Detains Member of French Socialist Party

A member of the French Socialist Party, in Lebanon for an international conference, was detained by Hizbullah for four hours on Sunday after he was seen taking photographs in a Hizbullah-controlled area south of Beirut.
Karim Pakzad and a co-traveler were taking pictures of a mosque, when a motorcycle and SUV approached and forced their car to follow them. The French Foreign Ministry has demanded an "investigation and judicial follow-up" of the incident. Walid Jumblatt, the longtime leader of an anti-Syrian socialist party in Lebanon, who spoke at a news conference with Pakzad on Sunday, said that Hizbullah's actions demonstrated that it acted as a state-within-a-state.

Source: Mediaonline


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