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S. American states to recall ambassadors from Europe over Bolivian plane incident

12.07.2013 19:48

South American countries belonging to the Mercosur trade bloc have decided to withdraw their ambassadors for consultations from European countries involved in the grounding of the Bolivian president’s plane.

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Anonymous user 21.07.2013 19:08

Uncleared military planes are slightly different protocol than Presidential planes

Anonymous user 21.07.2013 17:07

Bolivia held up a Brazilian military plane illegally in 2010. So isn't this all a bit hypocritical?

Anonymous user 15.07.2013 11:26

Mercosur trade bloc countries should ground any EU presidential plane flying over Latin America!

Anonymous user 15.07.2013 01:37

20:29 you do not know where international law, or human rights are ?

Anonymous user 15.07.2013 01:32

06:18 you claim 'terrorists' are in '..US gov't'. Who are they, and under what section of the law?

Anonymous user 15.07.2013 01:29

US ambassador to Austria flat out lied and should be expelled from Austria.

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 11:21

Good news -- US ambassadors like Wm Eacho are morons. Eacho -- pay the price & resign.

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 11:17

Austria: Expel Eacho and thereby redeem your N.S. past. Thereby, a true reparation!

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 06:18

thank God someone has a backbone.. to stand up against the US gov

Anonymous user 14.07.2013 03:28

Neocolonial mindset, and it shows that small Soutn American countries are not important

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