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Aid cuts threatened by US over tribunal

Millions at stake for foreign allies

By Joe Lauria and Farah Stockman
Globe Correspondent And Globe Staff / December 5, 2004

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UNITED NATIONS -- The US government is quietly threatening to withhold hundreds of millions of dollars of foreign aid aimed at combating terrorism, resolving conflicts, and building democracy unless countries agree to shield Americans from prosecution at the UN permanent war crimes tribunal. (Full article: 1364 words)

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