Friday, September 28, 2007

Mugabwe Tells Bush Don't Call My Kettle Black

Attacks against the US president have dominated speeches by world leaders for the third straight day at the UN General Assembly.

Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe's president, led the lambasting on Wednesday, saying George Bush, with Iraqi blood on his hands, had "much to atone for and little to lecture us on".

"His hands drip with innocent blood of many nationalities," Mugabe said in a typically fiery speech in New York. "He kills in Iraq; he kills in Afghanistan. And this is supposed to be our master on human rights?"more

Queuing for gas Zimbabwe.

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