Italian hostages released

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And do you think the italian goverment acted rightly paying $$1million for releasing them?.
 
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Hmm..if they did, it would certainly be problematic.
 
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It is said in Italy by journalists that Berlusconi did so.

And now Tony Blair is trying to deal with the kidnappers of the english hostage. But I think he will to offer more $$ for him, because the price of a human being is going up now.
 
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I thought Italy denied paying a ransom?
 
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Every time you buy a person's life, the price of the next one goes up.
 
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Your link takes me to CBS news for today - so I couldn't see the story. But if the women in my article are the same women as in yours, they had a few things to say about their captors and the Iraq situation. The original article is from the NY Times, but you need a subscription for it, so http://www.truthout.org/docs_04/100304C.shtml [Broken] is a link to another site that carries the article. Sort of interesting... :wink:
 
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