Iraq

BAGHDAD, IRAQ: Body of CPTer killed in Iraq begins journey to Canada despite UN sanctions

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The body of George Weber, 73, who was killed in a highway accident near
Basrah in southern Iraq on Jan. 6, 2003, has begun its journey home.

Weber had been part of a Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) delegation
visiting hospitals, schools, churches and mosques in Iraq to hear first-hand
from Iraqis about the devastating impact of the Gulf War, thirteen years of
economic sanctions and ongoing bombings by the U.S. and its allies. Bombs
fell on the outskirts of Basrah on Jan. 5 as the delegation arrived in the
area.

BASRAH, IRAQ: CPT Reservist killed, delegates injured, in highway rollover

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George Weber, 73, of Chesley, Ontario, was killed instantly in a motor accident on Jan. 6, north of Basrah, Iraq, while travelling with a Christian Peacemaker Team (CPT) delegation.

IRAQ: A Walk in The Park

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IRAQ: Are We Dupes?

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AMMAN, JORDAN: Peacemakers Defer Plans for Vigil

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On October 26, after the Jordanian government denied the CPT Iraq delegation permission to hold a candlelight vigil protesting the upcoming war with Iraq at the U.N., the group sent three delegates to address any members of the press who might show up to do a story.

IRAQ: VOICES FOR TRUTH

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