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Henry Kissinger: wanted for war crimes

Issue No. 1795

War criminal Henry Kissinger is planning to be wined and dined by corporate fat cats in London later this month. His visit has outraged the large numbers of people who know of the death and destruction Kissinger brought to hundreds of thousands around the world. The campaign to protest against his visit is gathering pace and involving a wide variety of people. On Sunday of last week some 30 artists gathered to make banners and puppets that will show the murderer and his friends what we think of them.

THE TRIAL OF HENRY KISSINGER

Chief prosecutor: Bruce Kent Expert witnesses: Phuc Quach (Vietnam), Mario Nain (Chile), Carmel Budiardjo (East Timor) Monday 15 April, 7pm, Red Lion Square, London (Holborn tube)


GET KISSINGER and the corporate criminals
From 7.30am, Wednesday 24 April, Royal Albert Hall, London


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Sat 13 Apr 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1795
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