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Sunday, July 11, 2004
Report `vetted' at CIA request
WASHINGTON, JULY 10. An estimated 20 per cent of a Senate committee's report on faulty intelligence was deleted at the request of the CIA, congressional officials have said. The deletions have renewed a debate about whether CIA officials were ...
Crusader who rattled the neo-rich
MOSCOW, JULY 10. A prominent investigative journalist, who compiled a list of Russia's richest people, was gunned down in Moscow on Friday in what police said looked like a contract killing. Paul Klebnikov, chief editor of the Russian edition ...
Blair came close to resigning, says BBC
LONDON, JULY 10. The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, reportedly came close to resigning a few weeks ago but was dissuaded by senior Cabinet Ministers who assured him that he had their full support. The disclosure by the BBC on Saturday lent ...
Were analysts pressured, ask Democrats
WASHINGTON, JULY 10. Democrats have wasted no time in upping the ante following the Senate Intelligence Committee's report on Iraq, persisting with the theme that more investigation needs to be done to see if intelligence analysts were pressured ...
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