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30 May 2004 Military News

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  • NATO POLITICIANS TOLD: DEAL WITH NUCLEAR TERRORIST THREAT u>NATO Parliamentary Assembly 30 May 2004 -- NATO's highest priority must be to deny terror groups access to nuclear material, Dr. William Potter, a non-proliferation expert, told the Political Committee of the NATO Parliamentary Assembly (NATO-PA) at a meeting in Bratislava during its 5 day Spring Session.

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  • ISRAEL-SHARON VOA 30 May 2004 -- Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon, threatened Sunday to fire some of his Cabinet ministers in order to win a majority for his disengagement plan from Palestinian areas. Mr. Sharon issued the warning after presenting a revised version of his plan to withdraw from the Gaza Strip and parts of the West Bank.
  • WIRANTO/TIMOR VOA 30 May 2004 -- The president of East Timor, Xanana Gusmao, has held a meeting with General Wiranto, a candidate for the Indonesian presidency and former head of the Indonesian armed forces who has been indicted in East Timor for war crimes.
  • SUDAN / PEACE VOA 30 May 2004 -- The leader of Sudan's southern rebel movement has laid out his vision for the country's future in a speech in Nairobi. The official, John Garang of the Sudan People's Liberation Army, signed a peace agreement on Wednesday with the Sudanese government, paving the way for an end to a 21-year civil war that killed two-million people.

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