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2006-04-13 08:40:20

By Peter Graff ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British Air Force doctor was sentenced to eight months jail on Thursday for refusing orders to go to Iraq.

2006-04-13 08:00:12

ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British air force doctor who refused to go to Iraq was jailed for eight months on Thursday after being found guilty by a court martial of disobeying orders. Australian-born Malcolm Kendall-Smith refused to go to Iraq in 2005, arguing the war was a crime.

2006-04-13 05:49:25

ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British Air Force doctor who refused to go to Iraq was found guilty of disobeying orders by a court martial on Thursday. Australian-born Malcolm Kendall-Smith had refused to go to Iraq in 2005, arguing that the war was a crime.

2006-04-12 11:08:56

By Peter Graff ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British Air Force doctor being court-martialled for refusing a posting to Iraq said on Wednesday he believed the United States was the moral equivalent of Nazi Germany.

2006-04-12 06:17:33

ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British Air Force doctor on trial for refusing to go to Iraq because he thought the war was illegal said on Wednesday he believed the United States was the moral equivalent of Nazi Germany.

2006-03-15 08:40:32

By Peter Graff ALDERSHOT (Reuters) - A British Air Force doctor who refused to go to Iraq because he believed the war to be illegal pleaded his case before a military court on Wednesday. Flight Lieutenant Malcolm Kendall-Smith, 37, had earlier already served in Iraq and Afghanistan.


Word of the Day
  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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