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Vol 46 No 18

Published 9th September 2005


Terror imperative

Britain will soon have defence attachés (DAs) in Algeria and Sudan but will lose its DA in Angola and probably other African countries to pay for them. A sergeant is preparing a Defence Section for an attaché in the Algiers Embassy, we hear.

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