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Arafat and the 1973 Khartoum assassinations

Scott W. Johnson writes an op-ed in the Minneapolis Star Tribune that is of more than historical interest: Why does the State Department continue to deny Yasser Arafat’s responsibility for the 1973 assassination of two U.S. State Department officers in Khartoum, Sudan? Johnson writes about it again (he wrote on it a year ago) because he just now--a year after his request--got the documents he rquested through the Freedom of Inforation Act, and those documents prove he was right. Interesting. 

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