USA: Alert as USA hints at attacks on other countries
After three days of the U.S. bombing campaign in Afghanistan, the United States has informed the Security Council that attacks against other organisations and other countries may be necessary, a move that would be a drastic stretch of the international law concept of self-defence and would serve to further intensify and escalate the ongoing violence.
Submitted on Wed, 10/10/2001 - 23:00
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