Hawkey, Allan Charles, 1941-:What do the missing explosives sound like? Waikato Times, 28 October 2004.
Reference Number: DX-014-585
Two American soldiers make radio contact with their commanders as smoke billows from the buildings behind them. The United Nation's nuclear watchdog group, The International Atomic Energy Acency (IAEA), revealed that 350 tonnes of explosives went missing from a military complex in Iraq during the 2003 invasion. In the American presidential elections of October 2004 the Democratic Party siezed upon this fact in an attempt to boost their chances of election.
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