Overwhelming public interest? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • European
    • 19.06.10 | 22:16 (IDT)

    I wonder why diplomats even bothered to formulate that request to the German governement. Sounds like adding insults to injury. The 'overwhelming public interest is that Europeans can keep travelling unhindered wherever it is possible without being suspected of being a thug.

    from the article: Report: Germany rejects Israeli call to halt probe into Mossad role in Dubai killing
    First published 19:41 19.06.10 | Last updated 19:41 19.06.10
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