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August 21, 2009
Week in review: Afghan elections, Iraq and Scottish justice

Charles Sennott, the executive editor and vice president of GlobalPost, and Dagmar Aalund, the deputy international editor of the Wall Street Journal, join Martin Savidge to discuss the week’s top stories: The presidential election in Afghanistan, the ongoing security nightmare in Iraq and the controversial decision to let the Libyan man convicted in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 go home to die.

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Mr. Martin Savidge i love your news forum; why not invite non expects to share their opinion on your news forum?


I am not siding with either. However, I would suspect no one from the Western world wants their family members in a prison in any African nation. In addition, no Westerners would want their families in a prison in the Middle East.

I am looking at both sides of the coin. For instance, Mexico & Canada… will not extradite one of their citizens back to the U.S. if there’s a possibility their citizen would face the death penalty, which we have here in the U.S

Again, I am not siding with either, just making a point! I do, however, feel sympathy for the families. Surely, I can empathize with the families who have lost family members, loved ones.


The Scots are just trying to suck-up to the terrorists so they won’t be the next target.


The sanctimonious Scots are trying to win the holier than thou award.
There is such a thing as right and wrong and they are wrong. Disgraceful.

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