Wednesday, October 13, 2004

Another prong of the global test

And Kerry will ask these "allies" for approval before he acts in the world?

Mr Kehoe said that work to uncover graves around Iraq, where about 300,000

people are thought to have been killed during Saddam Hussein's regime, was slow

as experienced European investigators were not taking part.

The Europeans, he said, were staying away as the evidence might be used eventually to put Saddam Hussein to death.

"We're trying to meet international standards that have been accepted by courts throughout the world," he added.