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Sunday, January 25, 2004

Jack Kelly: A real coalition: "As of Jan. 21, 97 soldiers from Britain, Poland, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Thailand and the Ukraine have been killed in Iraq, according to the Web site Iraq Coalition Casualties Count. Soldiers from 34 countries besides the United States -- a much larger coalition than that assembled to beat the Nazis in World War II -- are taking part in Operation Iraqi Freedom, and another 13 nations are supplying non-military assistance.
So much for unilateralism."

Get this: more nations than the ones that fought the Nazis. But it is only the French who count, right?
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