As on the BBC and in all newspapers.
"There is no doubt that this video will worsen relations between British soldiers and the Iraqi people, and between Britain and the Islamic world. That's why it's our main news story, with more in pages 3,4,5 and 7. You can see the pictures (and others) in colour next week in our pull-out special 'Images of Abuse - Photographs from Iraq', a review of the British Council exhibition of the same name which is currently at the Institute of Contemporary Arts before starting its world tour.
Unfortunately, for reasons of space we have had to drop the two year old story about a crowd of Iraqi youths attempting to kill some soldiers with stones and home-made grenades. Those soldiers responding, not with bullets, but with batons and riot shields.
Other news - "Publishing those cartoons would worsen relations between Britain and the Islamic world, so we won't publish them. Nothing to do with death threats. Honest""
In my opinion those soldiers are needed in Cardiff.
"Workers were forced to stop work in the St Mellons area after the site manager was hit on the head by a stone and teenagers began stoning the office.
Contractors Lovell ordered staff to abandon the site a week ago and they are due to return on Monday.
The firm now plans to make links with the youths by offering work experience."
What has Britain come to when building workers can't look after themselves ?
Elsewhere I would strongly recommmend a different video - of two brave and peaceful Frenchmen, silently supporting free speech at the weekend's Paris cartoon protest.
"What has happened is that a short blonde Frenchwoman has tugged on their sleeves and gently but firmly started pulling them away.
"I will show you my ID 10 meters from here" says the plainclothes cop. "They are going to lynch you!" she adds"
Read the story and link to the video from No Pasaran !
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